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CSS Form Builder non re-entrant or partly buggy ?

Thread began 6/07/2010 9:30 am by Laurent | Last modified 6/07/2010 3:37 pm by Laurent | 1902 views | 7 replies

Laurent

You will find attached in the zip, 4 files :

Before re-applying CSS Form Builder (2 files) :
---------------------------------------------
contact-bug.php submits to contact2-bug.php and works fine.

Notice sometimes on Firefox 3.6.3 Vista 64 there is strange things happening. A kind of variable persistance ; a get the message "Please enter a full email address" when reloading the page, having all fields empty, and other strange thing. I don't remember exactly but i know i had to completely close Firefox to have work correctly. Do you know how some cookie or session pb in this version of FF 3 ?


After re-applying CSS Form Builder and changing some labels (2 files) :
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contact-bug-after.php submits to contact2-bug-after.php and doesn't work any more because of duplicate code.

I also notice this difference between the begining of the 2 blocs of codes :
if ($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") (-->herited from first step/file)
and
if (isset($_POST["SimpleContact_submit_x"]) && !isset($_GET["invalid"])) { (-->new code)

Regards

Laurent

Attached Files
contact-bug.zip

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