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how to get rid of user=&password=&Submit=Login from a link

Posted on 2006-07-06
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I have a form in which i have a submit button
I have made the button a link(a href) so that it goes to the following page

http://chapters-beta.ccim.com/chapters/chapter_admin/alabama?action=show_home

it works fine in mozila but in IE it goes to this page

http://chapters-beta.ccim.com/chapters/alabama?user=&password=&Submit=Login

Please if anyone know why it is doing that,  also the form action is ""

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Question by:huzefaq
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by:Siva Prasanna Kumar
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Try putting method="post" in the form attributes like this. see if it works
<form method="post" action="" >

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by:huzefaq
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It is already like this but still doesn't work in IE
I don't understand where does it get this user=&password=&Submit=Login

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by:thomas908
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Can you please show your form code.
Are you using Javascript for submitting the form?
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by:Kuldeepchaturvedi
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put your code here & we should be able to help you out
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>>I have made the button a link(a href) so that it goes to the following page

The button should not be a link, it should just be a <input type="submit"  /> and specify method="post" on your form as one previous poster stated.  

A link will always use a get request and pass the parameters in the URL, as you are seeing.

Joe
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