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Message to user after complete POST using PHP

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I have a POST form and action itself like following

I want to show success message when POST complete or error message if there is any. I would like to know are there any property or global variable I can check to show message to users. If not, it seems that the only solution is jQuery, since it has success function that jQuery call after POST.

posted Sep 4, 2013 by Seema Siddique

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hey, if you are just trying to give the user a feedback about the information sent, there is a Global variable for this, and it's the $_POST. When you receive the information on the script you called on the "Action" attribute of the form, via the $_POST global variable, you will test the information end echo the feedback on that script.

Note that, unless you are using ajax (jquery, or any other javascript ajax method), when you post a form, you will be intantly redirected to the "action" path. then you have nothing to do in the source page.

answer Sep 5, 2013 by Jagan Mishra
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