Multiple Forms & Databases how to?

Multiple Forms & Databases how to?

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#1 XMEGA  Icon User is offline

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Multiple Forms & Databases how to?

Post icon  Posted 04 February 2009 - 09:14 AM

I will have 1 html page which uses javascript it will validate the form so the information inputed is correct...then on submit it will load another page with form ect...however the second page depends on what was selected on the first page say a gender radiobutton was on the first page and they selected male then on the second page a male figure/picture would be displayed...now I can do this all on 1 page however when trying to do it on 2 different pages the second page can't read whats going on/has happened on the first page...any help would be greatly appreciated.

I kno nothing of php and asp also?

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 10:12 AM

Well, you're gonna have to read up on these because that's where your answer is. The response pages, whether doing a full refresh or ajax call, will be returning the data based on what the form is. PHP, ASP, CGI, whatever, you're looking for a server side solution.

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I kno nothing of php and asp also?

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Re: Multiple Forms & Databases how to?

Posted 04 February 2009 - 01:56 PM

There are other options (although I would have to agree with teampoop)...

1) You could always use Javascript to create a cookie and store the information there. On the second page you could read the values from the cookie.

2) http://www.htmlgoodi...cle.php/3471111

Hope this helps.

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Re: Multiple Forms & Databases how to?

Posted 06 February 2009 - 08:17 AM

I think for Database u should use PHP.
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