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Thread began 3/04/2010 10:22 pm by Gizza372666 | Last modified 4/05/2010 3:39 pm by Gizza372666 | 3176 views | 25 replies


Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  If you make this change you are just updating the trigger to be 'same page post' to be 'any page post'. This will make the page send the email whenever a page posts info to it. You should add in another condition to this if statement to check for the register button being pressed, it might look like this:


if (($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") && (isset($_POST['Register'])?$_POST['Register']:"" != "")) {

I just replaced this line:


with this one:
if (($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") && (isset($_POST['Register'])?$_POST['Register']:"" != "")) {

When I press submit, the information goes into the db but then I am still on the registration page and the user doesn’t' receive any emails either which means that the user is unable to activate his/her account.
Can you please explain further, make it more clear what will happen if I use just this line:
(Give me an example/scenario)
Also do you have any explanation why when I replace the above code with this one:
if (($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") && (isset($_POST['Register'])?$_POST['Register']:"" != "")) {
The register will be unable to receive the confirmation email and also will be unable to redirect to the ‘users_ThankYou.php’ page?
Looking forward for your reply

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