On Fri, 18 Jan 2002 01:03:19 +0800, you wrote:

>On Friday 18 January 2002 00:41, Floyd Baker wrote:
>> On Thu, 17 Jan 2002 07:06:50 +0200, you wrote:
>> >What do you mean by 'hidden'? If you're talking about a hidden form input,
>> >how can it not be post?
>> >
>> >Bogdan
>> Just saying I've tried it.  Figured it wouldn't work but wasn't sure
>> how 'refresh' might relate to 'post'.  Post passing works fine with
>> $_request on the other end but I've got a lot of this refresh kind of
>> passing that doesn't work, and not sure how best to fix it.
>> I don't want to rewrite the entire method to not include refresh.  :-<
>If they are refresh redirects as in using the META tags then you're not going 
>to get any form (POST) data. Perhaps you can elaborate on what you're trying 
>to do. And if appropriate, post some code.
>Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
>Sorry, no fortune this time.


The thing is, I *was* using GET in the refresh line and I guess I
wasn't saying that.  Moreover I want to pass passwords in the same
transfer but obviously letting them show up in the url is not cool...

My question should be more like, how can one pass variables in a way
that doesn't use a form but is still secure? 

And thanks too for asking.  I hope everyone understands that even
questions make it easier for a person to focus their thoughts.  I hate
to ask dumb questions, or put things the wrong way, but the problem is
I don't know they're dumb at first.  One little question I didn't
think to ask myself can make it all come clear.   



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