PHP Tutorial – 19 – More on Forms

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25 Responses to “PHP Tutorial – 19 – More on Forms”

  1. SwipperHD Says:

    thx, really helped me with a little ting on my website 😀

  2. aydoooo Says:

    lets say I wanna change the title of testerpage.php… i want it to be the variable “name”… what do I type in instead of echo $_POST[“name”]; ?

  3. LivingSkits Says:

    I figured out why it wasn’t working!
    RIGHT before you click submit, delete the backslash ( / ) that is after Welcome.php. That will load testerpage.php on it’s own instead of it being Welcome.php/testerpage.php

  4. maxrosecollins Says:

    @Diifusal no shit!

  5. Diifusal Says:

    I guess that is intuitive but I was confused with that

  6. Diifusal Says:

    I have a problem here and YouTube doesn’t let me post the script… How can I contact you?

  7. MrRazvan98 Says:

    You are the best !

  8. gajepapponetti Says:

    dude i want you to know that your fourms are the best and so are your tutorials i knew nothing about php and now i know a lot possibly enough to build my own fourm. Keep making tutorials and i am going to sub!!!!

    Awesome Job!

  9. fmcneillii Says:

    @hanz17o18 The difference is one is a single character (‘) and the other is for a string of characters(“). For example, you can do the following…”My name is”, ‘David’….Not ‘My name is david’.

  10. xXZarlachXx Says:

    @hanz17o18
    you can use them like this, without closing

    =”xxxx’ooo’mmm”

    ” close ”
    ‘ close ‘

  11. TheRatiniked Says:

    moron forms?

  12. ZombieCrusherLive Says:

    @hanz17o18 There is not a difference.

  13. hanz17o18 Says:

    can anyone tell me what is the difference between this ‘ and ” ???

  14. kopilatis10 Says:

    Just a piece of advice–From this point on it’s very usefull for someone to have seen his Dreamweaver tutorials.

  15. veQue2 Says:

    OK it’s working, I was opening the php file from the filebrowser instead of going through localhost/welcome.php . guess I got a lot to learn

  16. veQue2 Says:

    It’s not working for me, Please anyone help. I think I followed this tut perfectly. but maybe I missed a step or something.

    It goes to the testerpage.php but i don’t see a name.
    thanks

  17. Qunir Says:

    @TheZumm17 dnt be a smart ass- its for people learning.

  18. TheZumm17 Says:

    Why didnt you use htmlspecialchars? Everyone could add some Javascript into the page like this.

  19. mangoprojects Says:

    Thank you. – behind vfx

  20. TheErroneousOne Says:

    Why are you using HTML for a PHP tutorial. I’m quite certain that PHP does not require HTML to work properly.

  21. SnowboardKid8023 Says:

    I did what you said, but the name didn’t show up after.

  22. whoopie123456 Says:

    You are geat man.
    I wish you were my teacher in my class.

  23. r4jk3 Says:

    really good tutor!!

  24. frede9090 Says:

    i can just say it works for me 😀

  25. RAAAJcom Says:

    For all who had a problem using this… the code to print the name is supposed to be:

    echo $_GET[“name”];
    -not-
    echo $_POST[“name”]

    …hope that helps

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