Looks like you forgot your ticks ' around the PHP_SELF.  If I am correct, 
it should be $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'].
Either way, you might want to try this.  Somebody else posted it before and 
I have been using it so that no matter what version of PHP my program runs 
on, it should work.
if (isset($_SERVER)) $PHP_SELF = $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'];


At 05:58 PM 4/28/2002, Kirk Babb wrote:
>How do I use $PHP_SELF with register_globals off?  I looked up the
>documentation on php.net but haven't gotten this line of code to work:
><form name="form5" method="post" action='<?php echo("$_SERVER[PHP_SELF];
>I get this error instead:
>[28-Apr-2002 16:33:31] PHP Parse error:  parse error, expecting `T_STRING'
>or `T_VARIABLE' or `T_NUM_STRING' in - on line 140
>what am I doing wrong?  thanks,
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