Hi David,

If you know that the first form has been submitted, you could pass the
variables through hidden variables:


if (isset($whatever)) {
    echo "<input type=\"hidden\" name=\"whatever\" value=\"" . $whatever .


Should work......  And it's often better going through the POST method
rather than the GET method (particularly if you want to restrict the user
from tampering with the variables).


"David" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> How do you pass a variable that was passed from one form to another form
> and then to PHP_SELF?   The first part works fine: I passed a variable
> from one form to another page with a form using
> blah.php?id=$id&songsinalbum=$songsinalbum    but when someone submits
> the second form the value of $songsinalbum is not passed when using
> PHP_SELF. Do I have to pass to another page? I want to use PHP_SELF

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