I just have a quick conceptual question --
If you have a group of links on a page, each of which points to a different page and has a different query string, like this:
<a href="page1?var1=zz&$var2=aa">blah</a> <a href="page2?var1=dd">blah2</a> <a href="page3?var1=ff&$var2=ll&$var3=ii">blah3</a>
What's the smoothest way to get rid of the query strings and convert to POST data rather than GET data? I'm going to be rewriting this application soon, and I'm concerned that sensitive information might be contained in the query strings.
Basically, these links are all connected to tabs that the user clicks on to go to another page. But, since there are sessions and user id's involved, I'm not sure it's so simple to just go to another page.
On a related note, which might render this whole thing moot -- if you're using a Perl script to generate HTML, is it generally considered a good idea to have a single script have the ability to render multiple pages? That's how these query strings originally came about.