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Posted on 2011-03-16
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I'm not doing something correct....I have some PHP code that allows a user to edit information then click submit. After they click submit I want them to be directed to index.html which is located on the server at c:\wamp\www\flow\index.html

The code below is not working. How can I do this?


$url .='/flow/index.html';

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Question by:wantabe2
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HainKurt earned 500 total points
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what about this

$url ='/flow/index.html';
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by:Rik-Legger
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you mean like with a redirect?

header('Location: /flow/index.html');

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The code you posted doesn't make it clear how you are using it...
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