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Dec 2, 2003, 05:49 #1
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I will attach some piece of example I have but couldnot get to work, but also I want to express my problem verbally too:
I have a web page which had two frames. In one of these frames there is a php function and a button:
<FORM name="testForm" METHOD=GET ACTION=<?php echo $PHP_SELF?>>
$i = $_GET["temp"];
<INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT NAME="full" VALUE="GO">
<INPUT TYPE=HIDDEN NAME="temp" VALUE="<?php echo $i?>">
I am sure it si clear what this button does. What I am trying and failing to do is to have another button on the other frame that does the same thing this button does and also does it through the same php function. So this button on the other frame should somehow again set "full" and naturally since isset($_GET["full"]) is true, $i will be incremented, as many times as the user presses this button.
Is it impossible to do something like this?
Have a nice day.