On Tuesday 05 March 2002 17:43, you wrote:
> On Tuesday, March 5, 2002, at 04:06 PM, Andre Dubuc wrote:
> > After inserting variables from a fill-out html form into my database, I
> > would
> > like the form to "goto" the next html page, but I cannot figure out how
> > to do
> > this basic function. I assume that when one clicks a "Submit" button,
> > the
> > info is sent to the server, but how do you call a new page?
> When the "submit" button is hit, the form executes the script located at
> the URL specified in the "action" attribute of the <form> tag. So do
> $script_target = "./nameofscript.php";
> print "<form method="get" action="$script_target">..... ";
> in your PHP. If you're new to this, don't worry about using PHP_SELF to
> call the same script, just make a new page with the code that handles
> the first page's data. But eventually you'll probably want to clean up
> your style and use switch() statements or if statements to keep it all
> in one page. (Right now I'm working on a 700-line monster that doesn't
> even include any HTML!)
> Erik Price
> Web Developer Temp
> Media Lab, H.H. Brown
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Now that makes sense. I'm getting a better idea of how it works together. I
figured there must be a way to control the "Submit" button's behaviour, but I
didn't know where to look.
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