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Thread: PHP form submission process
Feb 16, 2007, 09:43 #1
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PHP form submission process
Im currently developing my first site making extensive use of AJAX. I'm not making use of any framework on this project (or any design patterns) as its just a small project and I was hoping to get more of a feel for the AJAX process more than anything really.
My question is really what is the most effective/efficient way to organise the process of the form, form submition and confirmation/error display. Below are my goals;
1) Forms can be submitted via AJAX but also without JS enabled
2) Detailed Error reporting is given with and without JS
3) I would like to use the same form to handle both AJAX and non AJAX submissions (i.e. same validation functions etc)
4) I would like to make use of the redirect function so as to avoid the 'double post' problem
My current idea is comprised of a form1.php, form1_ajax.js, form1_handler.php and a confirmation.php.
I was just wondering what peoples best plan of attack would be to meet such criteria, and any pitfalls I should be aware of.
Many thanks indeed