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  1. Hello, I would like to create a window through JavaScript with PHP code that would insert data into a database, but I don't know if it's possible, because I tried everything I could so far and had no results at all. The code I am using is <script language="JavaScript"> <!-- top.consoleRef = new Object(); top.consoleRef.closed = true; function writeConsole(content) { top.consoleRef=window.open('em_branco.php','myconsole','width=350,height=250') top.consoleRef.document.writeln( '<html><head><title>página nova</title></head><body><?php $db = pg_connect("host=localhost dbname=dpf_db user=postgres password=asdasd"); $query = "INSERT INTO tbl_dummy(nome) VALUES(' + '´treco´' + ')"; $result = pg_query($query); if (!$result) { $errormessage = pg_last_error(); echo "Error with query: " . $errormessage; exit(); } printf ("These values were inserted into the database"); pg_close(); ?></body></html>' ) //top.consoleRef.document.close() } //--> </script> Note that line 13 has a sort of aberration, because I'd need three kinds of quotes, and not only two (the +'´treco´' stuff). And I don't know how to circumvent this, because escaping didn't work either. Any help is most welcome, and thank you in advance for your attention. Nicole
  2. Hello peoples. Right, what I'm trying to do is; you fill out a form that generates a HTML page (done with no problems) but you want to preview it before. So essentially, what I'm trying to do it submit a form, but opening another window in doing so, meaning that the entered information on the 1st page stays the same. Here's the code I'm trying: <form action="store_it.php" method="post" id="contact"> <fieldset> <label for="name" >The title of your page:*</label> <input type="text" name="name" value="<?php echo $name; ?>" placeholder="My project" id="name"> <br><label for="body" title="You may use HTML code in this box">The text for your page:*</label> <textarea onfocus="window.lstText=this;" name="body" value="<?php echo $body; ?>" id="body"></textarea><br> <input type="submit" value="Submit" name="submit" class="button" id="submit"><br> <input type="submit" value="Preview" onclick="window.open('store_it.php')"><br> </fieldset> </form> - Thanks, Xanco
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