Re: Accessing "Post"ed variables
Thanks for your help. I was actually trying to avoid server side
scripting - forgot to mention that. I guess I was also little
confused ! Anyways, I've got it now. In the end I used cookies for the
purpose. I didnt really have to 'post' back the page, I just wanted
the username to be available in the next page.
You need to post to a server0side script to process the POSTed values
Just realize that cookies are *not* always available
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