Jason Pruim wrote:
On Apr 12, 2009, at 1:48 PM, Ron Piggott wrote:
Thanks. I got my script updated. Ron
There are a few other thing's that I didn't see mentioned...
The best description of when to use what, is this.. Use POST when you
are submitting a form for storing info, using GET when you are
retrieving from the server...
I always use post unless the situation makes post impractical.
Example - with search results, you may have more than one page of
results. The only practical way I have found to have the nice numbered
links to other pages of a search result sent via post is to use
search engines often are vulnerable to xss (usually reflected but not
With get in that scenario, you just create a hyperlink with the
But for most scenarios, if I can do it with post I really prefer to,
especially since many of my forms have an ugly 32 character long post
token (for csrf protection).
It's too bad that browsers don't have an option that can be set by a
html parameter for hiding get values from display in the url bar, they
really are ugly to look at and the user shouldn't have to see them
unless they are cutting and pasting a link.
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