Just store the results of the first page into the session, get the
results from the second page, and then process everything.

Or serialize $_POST from the first page and pass it through the second
page in a hidden field.

I'd advise against using frames, just use two pages to get your results.

---John Holmes...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Rehm [mailto:chris@;javadisciple.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 2:18 AM
> Subject: [PHP] PHP driven frame
> I'd just like to see if I can get some feedback from PHP pros to see
> anyone is doing anything like this.
> I've got a request to build a two part form, I was thinking it would
> a page built with frames, when the top portion is filled out, the
> selections there would determine what page would fill the bottom
> portion. But since the bottom would also be a form for submission, I
> just thought I'd build it with PHP so that hidden fields on it would
> store the data from the top portion. Then, a submit gets all the data
> one form.
> Is anyone doing this? Any problems I'm overlooking? I was thinking of
> simple javascript action on the upper form to kick off the php for the
> lower frame.
> I'd appreciate any feedback regarding this. Is this something I should
> be using PHP for?
> --
> Chris Rehm
> For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt
> thy neighbour as thyself.
> Gal. 5: 14
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