Submitting Values without Using a Form in PHP
How To Submit Values without Using a Form in PHP?
If you know the values you want to submit, you can code the values in a hyper link at the end of the URL. The additional values provided at the end of a URL is called query string. There are two suggestions on how to use query strings to submit values to the receiving script page:
Here is a simple script page that shows you two hyper links with query strings in different formats:
<?php print("<html>"); print("<p>Please click the links below" ." to submit comments about FYICenter.com:</p>"); print("<p>" .'<a href="/processing_forms.php?name=Guest&comment=Excellent">' ."It's an excellent site!</a></p>"); print("<p>" .'<a href="/processing_forms.php?Visitor,Average">' ."It's an average site.</a></p>"); print("</html>"); ?>
If you copy this script as submit_comments.php to your Web server, and click the first link, you will get:
Number of values: 2 name = Guest comment = Excellent
If you click the second link, the current processing_forms.php will not pick up input values from $_REQUEST properly as shown below:
Number of values: 1 Visitor,Average =
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