A PHP problem in my site
I have a problem with my site:
In order to see what I'm talking about, please fill in this page an email address + general guidelines for all articles + subject+words for one article, then click 'continue', and then click 'edit' in the Shopping Cart.
You will see that all the details are there, except of the 'General Guidelines for All Articles' field (textarea). Why is that?
Here are the code of this field:
For comparison, here is the code of the email field:
<textarea id="comments" name="comments" value="<?php
if (isset($articleDetails['comments']) && $articleDetails['comments'] != NULL)
<input type="text" id="email" name="email" class="mywidth" value="<?php
if (isset($articleDetails['email']) && $articleDetails['email'] != NULL)
I did exactly as you asked and all the information reappeared. I stopped at the paying of the five dollers!
Knowledge is that which can be shown to be the case, and Intelligence is the method one uses to deploy the demonstration of what is the case, everything else is Information.
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Yes, I fixed that.
I removed the value attribute for the <textarea>
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