[nycphp-talk] Passing parameters with the click of a button.
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Tue Oct 31 06:08:52 EST 2006
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From: "Brian Dailey" <kungfoofool at gmail.com>
To: "NYPHP Talk" <talk at lists.nyphp.org>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 06:08:13 -0500
Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] Passing parameters with the click of a button.
Assuming user_id is a PHP variable, you should be able to do it like this.
<input type="radio" name="Referrals" value="Y"
And in referrals.php...
$user_id = $_GET['user_id'];
That's *one* way to do it. However, it's very insecure. If you're
setting variables like user_id they should never be accessible from a
GET param where the user can manipulate it directly. It would be best
to set user_id in a SESSION variable somewhere - then you can access
it from any page you want without having to worry about constantly
passing it as a parameter.
On 10/30/06, Ariel Kulkin <ariel.kulkin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Problem Statement: With the click of a button, I need to open a new window
> (to capture "user referrals"), and pass to it a parameter that will be used
> to track the user id of the individual who originated those referrals.
> I have no problems opening the window with the button click:
> I can't quite get the syntax, however, to pass the user_id parameter...
> How do I go about passing the user_id parameter to the newly open window?
> Do you know anybody who may benefit from using XYZ System?
> <input name="Referrals" type="radio" value="N" checked="checked" />
> <input type="radio" name="Referrals" value="Y"
> Yes<br />
> Your assistance is appreciated.
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