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PHP and MySQL by Example by Marko Gargenta, Ellie Quigley

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Chapter 10More on PHP Forms

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10.1 Introduction

We discussed forms briefly in Chapter 3, “PHP Quick Start,” and now we are ready to delve into a more thorough discussion about how PHP handles form information. The first part of this chapter is a review of how to set up HTML forms, the HTTP (HyperText Transmission Protocol) methods, and how form information is transmitted from the browser to the server and back. If you browse through the following HTML review section and feel comfortable with the information provided there, then you might want to skip this section and go directly to “10.3 PHP and Forms” on page 390.

10.2 ...

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