The issue was a div element that ended in the wrong place, so the form tag wasn't ending properly, if at all. Hostiee says: September 25, 2013 at 10:43 am Some time it happens our site is running on http://www.example.com/* and we have created rules in .htaccess to redirect all the request to http://example.com/* to http://www.example.com/* or vice versa. I had the .txt file already in place but just had to give the public write permissions. Here is the excerpt from the html in the footer:And here is the content of the corresponding save-email.php read this article
A potential cause could be that there is a script running before yours which unsets the global variables. I have been looking for hours to figure out why my checkbox wouldn't submit the form using jquery. Tweet Related posts: Using the GET method in a PHP form Comments on this entry are closed.
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