I have this form, whose page will be reloaded to add new values to its drop down menu via php from a mysql database. In order to pull the newly added values, this page needs to be reloaded.
I want the user to keep all the data they have written thus far after the reload. I need a script that will allow to store those values temporarily (without a submit) so that the user need not type them again. Code:
the DB/table related: I have a DB named mydb in MySQL, which have on table, comments:
Code: CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `comments` ( `user` varchar(30) NOT NULL,[code]...
load index.php after you creat the table using above sql..and jump between index.php?id=aa and index.php?id=bb, and u can submit the form and see the comments imm showing after ur submit...it looks great, BUT My problem: if user click the reload or refresh in IE, there is a warning window popup, and remind user not re-submit, but if some user really resubmit, my table will have duplicate record...no change on my entire scripts stucture, means I must use above ?id=$_GET(id) tech to jumping between the aa file and bb file, and I must include both form and insert process in same file, the user expriense should not been impact........
what I need is while user click the reload, no pop window, no duplicate record been insert
Is it possible to reload a form after 'file-input' change?
NOTE: The user will be able to upload multiple pictures...
UPDATE: No ajax... can this be done without it? No problem for me if the page reloads, but with the image this time... can it be done?
i was using header("Location: http://test.com/alt.php"); on my php page as a refresh to reload the page as i need to refresh the whole page but hold my sessions i set to rest the forms on it.
but then i had to create a header redirection page in the website to have get the websites template page on the page i created for the menu logo etc. so turning the original page into a redirection to achieve this. So now my php page is in zen cart and is called in on the first the redirection nut when i try and use a second header location it doesnt work.
I'm sending the code that displays messages only when the server does not see a cookie. However unlike ASP PHP does not see a cookie until the second reload. This would have the code and message appear after the user has made a choice and I'd have to make the page reload so the server sees the cookie (on the second reload) and then does not send the code/message on the third load, but I want to avoid this. What is this issue? How can I get around it?
I have a report page which dynamically generate the record and saved in the database. From database i need to show the dynamically updated records in the page without reload or load the contents using setInterval time function.
It's working to my favor but I don't trust it unless I know why it's working.Real world example:
I reference $_SESSION['message'] twice in my code.First looks like this:[code]...
Second looks like this:echo $_SESSION['message'];
For some reason, this is working for me and $_SESSION['message'] is getting unset after it's echo'd (but the user remains logged in so I know the entire session is not getting unset).
Test example: I put the following code in test.php: <?php session_start(); $_SESSION['message']++; echo $_SESSION['message']; ?>
When I hit refresh, reload the page, etc. the number doesn't increment, it's stays as '1'. If I change it to $_SESSION['success_message'] the number does increment.So? Is $_SESSION['message'] reserved? Does it automatically reset once it's echo'd? I didn't find anything in the manual on this.
UPDATE:I just checked in Firefox and test.php works as expected. In Chrome it doesn't. Chrome does so many wacky things, I wouldn't be surprised if it's resetting $_SESSION['message'].
refreshing a top bar just like facebook where the no of messages are getting updated when the new messages comes just like facebook or gmail without refreshing the whole page . i can do this if that top bar is located externally i can refresh that bar with either meta tag set timeout or with refresh tag , but not getting how to refresh when it is part of main page.how to do this without reloading whole page and without any external file as the full code of the inbox and alert is located in main.php so i cant take it out and call these function externally.
After I've successfully inputted something in my script and then click refresh in Chrome with "Right Click -> Reload", the same thing that I've inputted before gets re-inserted AGAIN into the database, thus resulting in multiple versions of the same thing in the MySQL database.
How can I prevent that?
p.s. Chrome is warning with a pop up of repeated action, and when I then click continue the repeated insertion of the data occurs, and I'd like to prevent the repeated insertion.
I want to make a search form which contains make, model and year of make as search condition. All these information should be taken from the database. After selecting the make the model selection menu should take the value which is coming under the same make. Is it possible to reload the same page and take the value from the database. or it is possible to add a select table values where the select query contains a criteria which is taken from the same just before that.
I am developing a web site using php. I have a form for login in page1, which has two input box and a submit button. When I click the submit button in page1, it runs page2. When I click BACK button(now in page1), and FORWARD button (supposed to be in page2). Both IE and Netscape give me a message like the following (note: the browser cache is not turned off either by php header() or by browser setting): ********************************************* This document resulted from a POST operation and has expired from the cache. If you wish you can repost the form data to recreate the document by pressing the reload button. *********************************************
When I press the RELOAD button, page2 is load correctly. Now, how can let the browser automatically do the reload without showing me the above message?
I have a php form once submitted a confirmation is displayed to the user,( "Thank you for your comments" ) how can I have this on a timer so after a few seconds the form will reload.
echo $success_sent_msg; ?> <!-- Message sent! (change the text below as you wish)--> <div style="text-align:left;"> <p>Thank you <b><?=$name;?></b>, for your comments.</p> </div> <!--End Message Sent--> [Code]....
I have a display page (displaypage.php) divided into two panes - one for content and one for feedback, referred to in the CSS as contentDiv and feedbackDiv respectively.
When I click on a word in the content pane, I do a PHP/PostgreSQL search for similar words, and the results appear in the feedback pane without a page reload. For this, I am using a very basic Ajax setup Code:
I have PHP form that is basically a contact page when the user clicks on submit. I have the page update with your message that says it has been sent, but now if the user clicks on reload it ask to resubmit the information over again. And that's where i want to stop this so when the user clicks on reload it will not resubmit the information again. How can this be done?
I have a page with a form, and the code to process the form answers, I want the same page/form to just reload when the user presses submit. The only function I have found is that location command. PHP Code:
I've been stuck on this problem all day. Help would be greatly appreciated:I have an 'edit' page.I have declared my variables up top to make "sticky" radio buttons when somebody goes to edit the form.I have it submitting successfully, however if I go back to "confirm.php" with the form action, the content that was just submitted doe not display on the page.If I use PHP_SELF, the content in to form reverts back to what it was before it was editied, however the table was updated.