I tried that, but I'm getting the syntax error that says "unexpected T_IF". Probably because I'm trying to process this information directly in an email rather letting a mysql database handle the data, which I find harder to set up when writing a script from scratch than it would be to code a php script to send the data in an email.

On 10/30/2010 22:28, ad...@buskirkgraphics.com wrote:

<input type=checkbox name=test>

If check it will submit the value of 'on'


If($_POST['test'] == "on')
Do this
Do this

Richard L. Buskirk

-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Brentlinger [mailto:b...@benbrent.com]
Sent: Saturday, October 30, 2010 10:05 PM
To: php-general@lists.php.net
Subject: [PHP] questions about if statements regarding a checkbox


I'd like to know the proper code to use in a php script that processes a
form with a checkbox in order to send one email if the checkbox has been
checked and another email if the checkbox hasn't.  I tried if($check ==
true) and I tried putting the word "true" in double quotes, and both of
them caused the "unexpected variable" syntax error.  The only problem
is, all I could think to use was that line of code I just used, I'm not
sure what the proper syntax is for checkbox when using the if statement
to send one email when the checkbox is checked and a different email
when it's not checked.  I'm wanting to send an email to the site admin
with the information given by the person who filled out the form that
contains the checkbox.



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