I have a "contact us" php script on my site that allows users to email direct from the webiste. I want to be able to pass the to address and subject line to the script so I can call teh web page from elsewhere on the site and have it automatically choose the correct email address and subject line.
EG instad of using <a href=mailto:joe@;bloggs.mail.com> which requires them to have an email client set up on the machine I want to link to <a href=contactus.php?email=director subject=job enquiry> The script already handles the email=director by setting a default entry in a drop down form but I can't get it to separate the first and second variables in the URL. Also is this a big security risk as I will be echoing the 2nd variable as the contents of a form field. Would it be possible for someone to type in the URL with HTML/php in it that would make a mess of everything? How can I protect against this? Would it be sufficient to just pase the 2nd variable for non alphabetic characters and remove them? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php