That's what I was afraid of. It makes sense, of course...I was just hoping
there was some kind of hack. Thanks for responding!

I liked it when John Holmes wrote this to me:

> Not possible. You must refresh the page to send something back to PHP.
> Only workaround is using a hidden frame or layer and refreshing that...
> ---John Holmes...
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Jed Verity [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>> Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2002 3:14 PM
>> Subject: [PHP] Javascript to PHP?
>> Hello, Folks,
>> My apologies if this has been asked a thousand times. I've just joined
> the
>> list.
>> I can't find any information on passing JavaScript variables to PHP on
> the
>> same page (i.e. not through the POST information of a submitted form).
> Is
>> this because it's not possible?
>> To take the load off the server, I'm trying to do a bunch of string
>> manipulations and loops in JavaScript and then hand that info off to
>> once it's done.
>> Any insight is appreciated! Thanks,
>> Jed
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