sorry for the off topic it is true that it turned out to be clearly a JS script problem ... thanks again for the replies problem solved then..
On 14 May 2010 16:23, Peter Lind <peter.e.l...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 14 May 2010 15:16, Manolis Vlachakis <vlachakis.mano...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > i uses str_replace finally and it works.. > > but still i would like to know how this problem comes up > > cause i would like to be sure on whatever password is going to be used > > weather that is a number a letter or a combination of those two > > any ideas, > > oh and thank you for your replies ! > > Manolis Vlachakis > > Looking over your JS again (wrong mailing list for this topic, > really), Karl was actually half past right. > > You need to understand urls: spaces are not kosher and will typically > be handled one way or the other instead of just allowed. So in your JS > > data: "firstname="+ firstname +"& lastname="+ lastname +"& username="+ > username +"& email="+ email +"& password="+ password +"& save="+ save+"& > user_type="+ user_type, > > You need to remove the space after & (you're constantly inserting > blank spaces in your string for no reason) as I'm guessing you don't > have any spaces inside the data you're dealing with. > > Regards > Peter > > -- > <hype> > WWW: http://plphp.dk / http://plind.dk > LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/plind > Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fake51 > BeWelcome: Fake51 > Couchsurfing: Fake51 > </hype> > -- Manolis Vlachakis Nelly's Family Hotel Visit : www.nellys-hotel.gr www.nellys.gr Skype : manolis.vlachakis