Mëòv î‰çîÎ òsyïn wrote:
> the variables..
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browser, php executes on the server, therefore to get anything from the
request. This could be a form submission, which might be a POST or a GET.
Alternatively, it is also possible to send data to a php script via a url e.g.
to cause the browser to issue a request for a url, if the target at the other
end is a php script then you can send data to that script.
I don't know what you are trying to do, and this is all pretty obscure stuff,
but you could for example put a hidden 1x1 image in the page and then get your
variable passed on e.g. something like
dummyimage.location = "/myscript.php?myfield="+myjsvalue;
As long as you get the php to send back another empty 1x1 pixel, e.g. via a
header("Location: 1x1pixel.gif"), then your browser page will stay the same as
dynamic image back without reloading a page. Go to
http://tandridge.cpfc.co.uk/tables/0222/graph/2/d7 and then select something
different in the Team 1 or Team 2 selection box, and watch the graph at the
function chteam_id() to see how it's done here.
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