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Various redirects based on ?

Thread began 11/10/2012 1:34 pm by jo271221 | Last modified 11/12/2012 9:39 am by Jason Byrnes | 333 views | 1 replies |


Various redirects based on ?

I am wondering if one update page can have multiple redirects based on ?? I have no idea how to accomplish this. I am using my 1 update page for multiple sites using iframes and framework builder. Upon successful update I want the user to redirected to their detail page which is also framed in either with iframe or framework builder.

Is there anyway to do this without having to create multiple copies of the same update page? I have attached one update page that I would like to do this with.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it's possible, but you would need to hand code it using a statement after the code block for the update.

heres an example using the value of a userID session to determine the redirect location:


if (isset($_POST["Update"]) || isset($_POST["Update_x"])) {
switch (
$_SESSION['userID']) {
$redir "page1.php";
$redir "page2.php";
$redir "page3.php";
header("Location: ".$redir."");

see this page for more details:

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