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[nycphp-talk] <a href> vs. <form> request

Jerry Kapron nyphp at NewAgeWeb.com
Wed Apr 16 19:27:39 EDT 2003


Gorge,
> The only way I can see how to do this is something
>like the following PHP code:
>
><?php
>if ( $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] == '' )
> my_fail_handler();
>elseif ( $_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST )
> my_fail_handler();
>
>/* Else, continue normally... */
>?>

This wouldn't really help. The url will have a query string as is. When I
mentioned detecting a GET var reflecting the presence of the 'Submit'
button, it would be an additional GET var to the ones generated by the query
string.

Thanks for your help,
Jerry




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