On 22-Mar-2002 Erik Price wrote:
> On Friday, March 22, 2002, at 12:29  PM, Jason Wong wrote:
>>> Side note to the original poster: in the script that is the target of
>>> the form you are writing, you may be able to test for the presence of
>>> the "submit" variable -- if this value is not present, then the user 
>>> has
>>> not clicked the Submit button.  I know that the "value" of a submit
>>> input is usually just used to label the button in some way (such as
>>> value="Click Here for Free Porn!"), but you can actually test for this
>>> value if you have given the Submit input a name.  I may be wrong about
>>> this, though.
>> Thus if you relied upon testing for the value of the submit button to
>> determine whether the form had been submitted (as opposed to being 
>> viewed for
>> the first time) then you're going to get unexpected results.
> Right, but I was trying to come up with a way for the original poster to 
> test to see if the user had simply hit "enter" or if they had actually 
> hit the "submit" button (not as a test to see if the form was being 
> viewed for the first time).  IIRC he was having problems determining 
> whether or not the user had hit "enter" or hit the submit button.

If you use an image for your submit button, then you can test for
$submit_x and $submit_y.

Don Read                                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]
-- It is necessary for me to learn from others' mistakes. I 
   will not live long enough to make them all by myself.

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