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Posted on 2010-11-23
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On the line of code below I have a Yes and No button;

$error = "<center>Welcome, Do you want to redeem this voucher <br><input type=submit value=yes />&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type=submit value='no' /></center>";

This information later displayed by this line:

<?
if($error){ ?><div style=" background:#FFFFCC; padding:5px; border:solid #FF0000 1px;"><?=$error?></div><? }
?>

I would like to execute an insert into the database if the user press yes, if the user press no I want to send the user to specific URL, how I do that, any ideas or advice is appreciated.
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Chris Harte earned 2000 total points
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At the moment those buttons are on the page but they are not doing anything. You need an action to go with them, and that has to be inside a form.
<center>Welcome, Do you want to redeem this voucher <br>
</center>
        <form action="insert.php" method="post">
        	<input type="submit" value="yes" name="yes" />
        </form>
        <form action="http://url" method="post">
        	<input type="submit" value="no" name="no" />
        </form>

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Thank You!
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