The curl_getinfo function returns a lot of metadata about the result of an HTTP request. However, for some reason it doesn't include the bit of information I want at the moment, which is the target URL if the request returns an HTTP redirection code. I'm not using CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION because I want to handle specific redirect codes as special cases. If cURL can follow redirects, why can't it tell me what they redirect to when it isn't following them? Of course, I could set the CURLOPT_HEADER flag and pick out the Location header.
some pointers on how i would go about redirecting the user to the page they were trying to visit after being prompted to login?Using phpfreaks as an example, I try to reply to a thread whilst logged out, i get taken to the login page, then after login i get taken to the page where i can enter my reply.At the moment my users get redirected to their account page after login is successfull using the header function.
I need to create a form that will pass information to different pages based on the value of the item selected in one of the dropdown boxes.The form will have two fields the first is to select the state from a dropdown. The second field is to select the type of insurance they are searching for (home,auto, life, health). There will be a separate search and information page for each of these types of insurance. So if they select "auto" the action will be auto.php and if they select "health" the action will be health.php.This will be put inside a wordpress site (php) and will be directing to various wordpress pages. It was uggested that I put a redirect in the target page. to put the following in the "page that receives the submission"
I'm new to this. I have just discovered curl.Looks like I'm missing something.ere's the idea.HTML page has a form with one hidden field that POSTs it to a php file (order.php) after a user clicks SUBMIT.order.php then generates a bunch of other parameters and POSTs them to a different php file (ordercheck.php)ordercheck.php uses the POSTed data.This almost works.BUT: the problem is that the browser still shows order.php in the address field.Is there a way for the browser to move to ordercheck.php after order.php has POSTed? Eventually, I would like to move from order.php to a different server (paypal's webscr), so simply processing the data is not good enough for me. I need to actually post the data AND move to the new url, as if it were a normal form submission...
I have one payment form. When I submit that form it will redirect to PAYONE for payment information when I successfully submitted. That page redirect to success link of my site for further details. Now my question start: I open my payment gateway (PAYONE) page into an iframe in same window. But when I successfully submitted information and click to submit. Then it will redirect in the iframe. But I want it redirect to success link which I provided in post data.
I would like to have a page (we'll say page2a.php) redirect the user to another page (page1a.php) upon it loading where page1.php has an iframe that loads page2b.php, but only if the user is redirected to page1a.php from page2a.php.
for the life of me i can't figure out how to do it. I know it can be done....somehow, it's just that it's been quite a while since i've coded anything so i'm a bit rusty. to be quite honest though, even when i was doing a fair amount of coding, it was by the seat of my pants and quite sloppy i'm sure.
I have been tinkering and following various peoples suggestions online in regards to this for days but I still do not see my div and iframe limit their width to whatever data is loading in the iframe (just tables of random info).Here is some of the css I have and the associated html, as you can tell it has since gone through some revisions that do not have width:auto; height:auto etc.
Is it possible to change the source of an iframe when a link is clicked in the iFrame? For example, my iFrame loads http:[url]..... but when I click a link on Google.com, the source of the iFrame cannot be changed to that new URL.Is there some way to access the iFrame location in Firefox and IE to redirect the iFrame? Sort of like a proxy website. How are proxy sites doing this in PHP?
i'm using an iframe for our project. when i run the project, the url will be http://localhost/iset/tech/mainTech.php. but mainTech is an iframe, so it doesn't show the url of the pages that changes inside the iframe. how do i show the url of the pages inside? cause i need to get the value of the links clicked in the other pages, but i cant because the url doesnt change. it is always http://localhost/iset/tech/mainTech.php.
I have a frameset with two column frames. A form is processed in the right frame. If the submitted form data were processed without errors, I want a congratulations page to be loaded into the left frame, otherwisean error message replaces the form in the right frame. Can this be done with PHP, and if yes, how?
i want to write pure html code for a table with all its content and save that file.. im guessin it has to be saved as .tpl or sumthing i'll have several of these files (containtin only html codes for a table and its contents).
i want to create a .PHP page that will pull these files and display them. how do i do this?
my vision is to have the tables files named TABLE_1, TABLE_2, TABLE_3
and in the main page jus call thier names with like a <BR> or sumthing to put em one under the other.
can someone tell me if this is possible, and be so helpful as to giv me sample scripts for the table files and main page file.. and also what these files must be saved as. thanks
I have a script that I commissioned sometime back. I need to insert target tag into the link but am having hard time figuring it out. Here are the functions that create document part that has links: Code:
I have link on my html page. when user click it it should call my.php in my.php i am getting result from database and want to show result in *.xls file. Can i call my.php/my.xls from my link . Currently i am getting error prematuture end of script.
Is there a way to make a link Save Target As automatically, without having to actually right click and goto that option? I have a download script, and I hate having to tell people to Right Click and Save Target As.... I'd much rather just have them click it and it automatically brings up the download prompt, without having to ZIP my files.
I've seen sites with this feature, is it possible in PHP? or would I have to use something like Java?