Um, alright, I'll just leave the code in the hyperlink the way it is. It is
not possible to use the "<form>" or post of some sort for the hyperlink.
"<form>" will work with the submit button where we can use post or hidden.
Hyperlink meant words or sentences that have underline underneath it, when
clicked will go to a different webpage.
"Erik Price" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> On Wednesday, June 26, 2002, at 02:56 PM, Scott Fletcher wrote:
> > I tried that and it worked. I have
> > one question, what about the hyperlink? People will see the option in
> > the
> > hyperlink. You know. Is there a way around it to hid that in the
> > hyperlink?
> If by "hyperlink" you mean the URL in the URL bar of their browser,
> correct -- people will see it. That GET data is part of the URL, sort
> Most browsers will not display POST data to their users (easily) but
> it's never truly "hidden" from view. Any data that your users are
> sending to you, whether it's GET, POST, or COOKIE, is data that they can
> Erik Price
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