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November 13, 2006, 12:25 am
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Re: php inside html
You're problem is PHP is server-side. To access a PHP script, you must
submit a page to the server. This script can then output information,
redirect the user back to the original page or onto a completely new
page. See the header() function.
on the server.
But basically your webserver environment requires a different way of
thinking - each page is separate from others. Any requests to the
server will load a new page (or frame), erasing what was previously
there. So if you want to show the data again, you need to display the
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