The Big Roach wrote:
> In a form you can't really have 2 submit buttons.
> Either a submit submits or it is just a button.
> That's because the var name is already submit (check out your
> http_post_vars).
> And you have it twice!
> Change one of them and make it just a button (HTML4).
> Recheck your post-vars.
> This should help.

That's definetely not true. You can have more than one submit buttons in
a form. I often make formulars with more than one submit button, there
have not been any problems. 
You just have give a name and a value to your submit buttons. Then you
can check which one was pressed by the user.
For example:
<input type="submit" name="submit1" value="do this">
<input type="submit" name="submit2" value="do that">

Then just write:
if ($submit1 == "do this")
else if ($submit2) == "do that")

Please post some code your formular action script (foto.php). Having
just the form, we can guess what went wrong.

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