I was not making an assumption. I was stating a fact. "I get these using $_POST"
I did NOT state that register_globals needs to be on to do what I'm doing. It seems everyone else understood my query except you. Thanks to everyone who tried to help! -----Original Message----- From: Chris Shiflett [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 13 November 2003 17:07 To: Fernando Melo; '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: Re: [PHP] register_globals & security --- Fernando Melo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > I have a PHP application that passes variables (values) from a form. > I get these using $_POST > > However I do also post some variables via a link. Which ofcourse > requires register_globals to be ON. This is a common problem I see on this list. When asking a question, try not to make assumptions or attempt to answer your own question. In this case, your assumption is wrong. This does not require register_globals to be on. Get variables are in $_GET, and POST variables are in $_POST. Hope that helps. Chris ===== My Blog http://shiflett.org/ HTTP Developer's Handbook http://httphandbook.org/ RAMP Training Courses http://www.nyphp.org/ramp -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php