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    Question Redirect Problem

    I am having a redirect problem.

    I have JavaScript checking for empty required fields, that part works. Once the fields have been filled in, it's sending me an e-mail with the filled in fields, that part works also. It's the redirecting to another page that is the issue.

    The problem I'm having is if the form is missing a field, it notifies me but then once I click the "OK" button, it redirects me instead of leaving it on the same registration page.

    Here's the redirect code:
    <input type=hidden name="redirect" value "http://website.ThankYou.html">

    How do I make it stay on the registration page until all the necessary fields are satisfied? Should I be using something else, other than the redirect?

    Thank you for your help, in advance,
    Peggy
    Peggy

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    um...wrong forum.

  3. #3
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    Hi Peggy...

    I don't really want to re-invent the wheel here, so this is what you should do (and I'm sure that you will be able to find your answer):

    Go the the Javascript forum here.
    Towards the bottom of the page is an area that says:
    Search this Forum:
    In the text box type:
    form validation

    That should get you about 75 threads (many of which probably address your need almost exactly).

    If - after looking through all of those threads - you are still having trouble...
    post your new question in that forum, and someone will be able to help you figure it out.

    Good luck.
    k

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