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Posted on 20-05-08 06:28
I tried Google but I couldn't find exactly what I needed. I save the page, edit what I need 2, and save it. Now when I open it and submit the form it merely reloads the page. Doesn't do anything what so ever. Now I' am sure its something simple I' am overlooking so anyone have any advice on this?


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Posted on 20-05-08 06:33
it could be to do with

<form method="POST">

you need to put the action attribute in to the tag

this will help http://www.w3scho. . .g_form.asp
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Posted on 20-05-08 06:52
I don't think the page is accessing the net. In the url bar it says: file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/user1/Desktop/index.php.htm
Doesn't look like its accessing the net in any way... Re saved the page to make sure it wasn't something I deleted. I have no clue on this, I was considering maybe its the Firefox browser but no. So what is it... Any takers?




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Posted on 20-05-08 07:16
Did you check the link given by themastersinner?


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Posted on 20-05-08 07:20
Oh...lol, just did. Think this might work. Thxs.


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Posted on 22-05-08 09:22
Alright so I took a look at the article and I put the form action thing but I keep getting this:
Malformed Request
Please check that no referrer spoofing applications are active and try again.
-So forgive me if the answer is obvious, tired.
Any help? I tried changing the url to something else, but when I did that every time I pressed enter it just took me to the Malformed Request page. I tried changing "Post" to "Get" but all that did was take me to the page when I pressed enter and on this page our friend George isn't on the menu (a lil humor cant kill ya).
I tried the Javascript way but it didn't quite work for me.
So any advice or a good kick in the right direction?

EDIT: I' am crashing out but if you leave a reply or send me a pm I'd be very grateful. Thanks.




Edited by on 22-05-08 09:34