Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Tue, 2009-05-05 at 00:22 -0700, Richard Kurth wrote:
Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Tue, 2009-05-05 at 00:09 -0700, Richard Kurth wrote:
How can I force this to be a POST and not a GET
<a href=customer.php?cid=1&location=customeradd.php> Add Customer </a>
or is the only way you can pass data with a POST is from a Form submission.

The only way you can send post data is either through the form or using
an AJAX call. In theory, you could have an onclick handler for this link
which calls the AJAX, which then alters the page when it gets the return
value. I wouldn't recommend it though, as the link would stop
functioning as a link. Why do you want to send the data through POST


Because some of the links get a lot of data in them and I would like to pass the info so it can't be seen. The example was small so no big deal.
It was Just a thought.

If some of the links have a lot of data in, have you thought about
trimming that down to what is necessary, and leaving the data that won't
change in a session?

Yes I could just pass a session number and the gather all the data out of the 
session. I might just look at that

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