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Captcha fail wipes out data?

Thread began 8/26/2010 3:02 pm by ShorePatrol | Last modified 9/08/2010 2:34 pm by ShorePatrol | 2007 views | 15 replies




I know the validation occurs when the form is submitted - but does the validation happen on the current page BEFORE submission, or the posting page? (for the captcha) - if I understood this, maybe that might help me understand why the values are not being retained.

You can see my screen shot - under the bindings tab, there is nothing listed under "WA Validated Entries" for me to assign anything to. So I end up assigning it to the form value (above WA Validated Entries) and I get this code for value:

After binding the values, this is what the "value" attribute is showing for the name field:
value="<?php echo((isset($_POST["Contact_me_group_Name"]))?$_POST["Contact_me_group_Name"]:"") ?>"

And of course, the values are not retained after failed validation.

What "should" the above code be? I'm totally confused at this point, because I would think this should be all set up as soon as the code is inserted, I wouldn't think I would need to assign anything, etc...

Please explain - sorry if I'm being stupid here - but I'm not getting it....


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