Are you inserting the php on the hidden's value attribute?

  Something like:

<input type="hidden" name="city" value="<?php echo $city; ?>">

  Also, this hidden input must be on a form... If you don't have a 'submit'
button on the second page (I understood only the first and third pages are
forms), you either could put an 'onunload' javascript event on the <body>
tag to submit the form or register it on a session, to later retreive it
anywhere you would like (i.e, the third page)


  Julio Nobrega.

Um dia eu chego lá:

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> i hope i can make my question understood ...
> i've input a value $city in my form, and i can retrieve it on the
> page (the page which was the "action" of the form)  ... but then, when i
> to use a "hidden" type to move it to my next page (which is a form), i
> the value ... i cannot access it from a page within the form ...
> does that make sense?  if so, can anyone help?
> thanks in advance.
> ken

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