I'm sure that this is possible, but I haven't found any info/examples on it yet,..
What I have is a php script that processes data that been submitted by a FORM. That's OK,... At the end of my script, depending upon the processing, I want to GOTO another php script, that's also OK, I can simply use the function header("Location:destination.php"); However, I have a whole lot of variables that were initially submitted, and I want to take some of them with me when I go to the new destination.php. Now, I know I can just tack them on the end like a POST, but I'd prefer to NOT get them there in the URL, like a GET does,... any ideas ?? Thanks in advance, Jim..... -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php