> With register_globals OFF in your php.ini file, all of the user input is > present in the _GET, _POST, _REQUEST, or _COOKIE array. With > register_globals ON, then the variables are registered as regular variables. > If you have a URL like page.php?id=1, then with them OFF, you have to use > $_GET["id"] to get the value of one, with them ON, you can just use $id.
Just to be clear, $_GET['id'] will work fine with register_globals on or off. In otherwords, these php predefined variables will exist either way. Just like the older non-super ones, such as $HTTP_GET_VARS. Regards, Philip Olson -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php