Can't be done AFAIK. Because your webserver never receives the information 
when the page is reloaded, you can't send it back to him when he reloads.

Lang Sharpe

Arcadius A. wrote:

> Hello !
> I have a simple form ("feedback.php") that could allow users to send me
> seedbacks... the form is processed(email is sent ) by the script
> "confirm.php".
> My question is :
> How could i make the values filled in the  form  remain unchanged even
> after
> the user click on  the browser "Refresh/Reload" button without submittingf
> the form ?
> So , I would like the user not to loose the data he has  filled in the
> form ..even after a realod....
> My idea is to pass the vulues of  $smane , $smail etc in the URL  during
> the reload.. but I still don't know how to get it done ...
> Here is may "feedback.php"
> <form method="post" action="confirm.php">
>               <input type="text"  NAME="sname" value="<?echo $sname?>" >
>               <br>
>                E-Mail: <input type="text" NAME="smail" value="<?echo
> $smail?>">
>               <br>
>                 To: <input type="text" NAME="rname" value="<?echo
>                 $rname?>"
>               <br>
>               message:<TEXTAREA NAME="message" WRAP="VIRTUAL" ROWS="4"
> cols="60" value="<? echo $message?>" ></TEXTAREA>
>              <br>
>  <input type="submit" value="Send">
>    </form>
> Thanks in advance ...
> Arcad.

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