On Mar 5, 2013, at 10:12 PM, Jim Giner <jim.gi...@albanyhandball.com> wrote
> On 3/5/2013 7:32 PM, Tedd Sperling wrote:
>> On Mar 4, 2013, at 12:54 PM, John Taylor-Johnston 
>> <john.taylor-johns...@cegepsherbrooke.qc.ca> wrote:
>>> If you want to open a new page in response to a submit button press (using 
>>> PHP) you may be out of luck. I don't know of a way to do it without 
>>> involving another language. Opening a different page in the *same* window, 
>>> yes. Otherwise, no. But watch the other replies. Maybe someone knows 
>>> something I don't. Paul
>>> Nope. Out of luck.
>> You mean opening a new page while keeping the current page open?
>> Because clicking a form submit *can* open a new page as per the form's 
>> action="" attribute.
>> If you want the current page to remain open while another page opens, then 
>> you'll need a javascript routine to do it.
>> Cheers,
>> tedd
>> _____________________
>> t...@sperling.com
>> http://sperling.com
> No - you meant to say "per the form's TARGET attribute"

No, I meant to say exactly what I said, namely ACTION.

The Target attribute deals with frames -- I have not done frames since 1995.

For a more in-depth Target explanation, please review:


However, I do not think that is what is being discussed here -- at least it is 
not what I was talking about.




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