> I've a script accepting four different forms depending on the user choice.
> Some of the forms have two submit buttons forcking actions accordingly to
> the pressed button.
> The problem is: $HTTP_POST_VARS["submit"] is not set if the user press
> instead of clicking the button and the scripts cannot return a response
> it is not clear which button has been pressed.
> Hidden field cannot works with two submit buttons for I'll have two
> but again cannot cach the user choice in case of ENTER press.
Either explicitly state a "default" action, or analyze the actual data
coming in to decide what the user must have meant.
I *thought* enter was only supposed to work in a text field when there's
only one SUBMIT... But it wouldn't shock me if some browser broke that.
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