I don't know how to solve your problem, but I do know what you are talking
about.. People just aren't understanding.
All he wants is if you go to "login.php" in your browser, the Location will
Okay? Got it? NOW....... If you attempt to log in and give the form an
INCORRECT login, he wants to SOMEHOW (and currently trying by headers) wants
the location to show this:
Is that hard to understand?
I hope I have helped to some degree.
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- Matt Rogers
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"Ben Bleything" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hey all,
> I want to craft a header such that it seems to the page that data has
> been POST'ed to it... Here's the situation: I'm writing a login page to
> my application, and if they log in incorrectly, I want the page to
> redisplay, but I want it to throw out an error message. I'm currently
> doing it by
> header("Location: login.php?failure=true");
> but I'd like to make it transparent. Any ideas?
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