Relying on the back button isn't good... the data may or may not be there when they return.
However, you CAN provide them with a button "change", and POST the data to a form... where they modify their data, the form needs to echo the POST data back into the form, eg: <FORM action="validate.php" action="POST"> <INPUT type="text" name="username" value="<?=$_POST['username']?>"> </FORM> selects, checkboxes and some other things are a little more tricky, but you'll figure them out... search the archives too... it's been asked 1000's of times :) Justin French on 29/08/02 7:02 PM, Hakkan Lui ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > Dear all, > > In my php program, when user click "submit" on a form, it comes to a > confirmation page, showing what the user entered in the form. > > If the user find want to re-enter the information, he press "Back" on the > browser. Then it comes back to the form, with empty input. > > I want to ask: > Can the form show the previously input data, when the user goes "back" from > the confirmation page? > If no, any other method to do that? > > Thanks for your help. > > > Regards, > Hakkan Lui > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php