you should consider that not everybody has enabled JS. Always double check
with php before you add data or send it via mail. Maybe some people just hit
the send button without filling in anything.


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"Chris Hounsell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> I seem to be having an issue with an e-mail form that I have created for
> registration purposes with the server-side being written in PHP!  I've
> tested the e-mail form using numerous browsers and operating systems
> including Microsoft, Netscape, Unix, and Linux!  Everytime I test the
> it works just fine.  I have even had other individuals located in
> geographical locations register using my form and it works just fine.
> However, I do receive totally blank forms from time to time and I have no
> idea why.  Even the javascript that I have written to fill in fields
> automatically such as a date field and a registration fee field are coming
> back blank.  These are two fields that even the the user can't erase.
> The form is hosted on a unix server and everytime I test it, it works just
> fine.  I've tested the form on a IIS server and an apache server and it
> works just fine.  I just can't figure out why I get back some blank
> registration forms.  Maybe it has something to do with the user's side!
> Any help or better direction for my message would be much appreciated!
> Thanks,
> Chris Hounsell
> --
> -----
> Chris Hounsell
> "Memorial University Career Fair 2002" Co-ordinator
> Co-operative Education Services Centre, B1015
> Memorial University of Newfoundland
> Telephone: (709) 737-4825
> Fax: (709) 737-8960
> Web:

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