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Hello all,

I am stuck in the middle of a jam here.  I've been using PHP Form Generator for all inquiries from my site.  For some reason, the page after you hit submit (which goes to process.php and e-mail's you the info) a blank page shows instead of the thank you page.  We get the inquiry, but the blank page confuses people and they just keep on hitting submit and then give up.  I've been able to change that to just say Thank you, but it still looks very unprofessional.

Any ideas on correcting this issue?

Thanks,

Adam

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Question by:Auctionboss
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by:Diablo84
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Prehaps redirecting the user back to the form page would be suitable?

At the top of the page (or after the processing but before any output) add

<?php
header("location: page_to_display.php");
exit;
?>
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by:Auctionboss
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I have the following at the bottom of the page:
header("Refresh: 0;url=/thankyouAD.html");
?><?php
?>

Doesn't seem to want to work..  I also check to see if the PHP engine was working, and I've been told that it is.

This is why it's so mind boggling.  How can something work fine for weeks, but then, all of a sudden stop working?

Just strange.

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Diablo84 earned 500 total points
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If its at the bottom of the page and there is any output before it then it will not work.

Have you recently made any changes to the page?

Check for ANY output before that line, php echo/print, html, new lines outside of the <?php tags

Also if the refresh is instant (ie. no delay) it would make more sense to use header("location: thankyouAD.html");
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by:Diablo84
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You can also add the following to the top of the file

error_reporting(E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE);

to get an idea of any errors that are occuring in case you have your level of error checking reduced.
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by:Codeit1978
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Can you post the code?
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by:Diablo84
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hi Auctionboss,

I'm just going back over some older questions that are still open to check that everyone has their problem solved. Did you resolve the issue or is any more suggestions needed?

Best Wishes

|)iablo
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