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Simple php form question - How to redirect to page after submit?

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Using the php form script below, I'd like the script to return the user to the original form page after they submit the form. 

 

Thx,

Emerson

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<?

$subject="from ".$_GET['name'];

$headers= "From: ".$_GET['email'];

$headers.=$_GET['phone']. "\n";

$headers.='Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1';

mail("name@company.com", $subject,  "

 

  " ."Name: " .$_GET['name']."

 

  " ."Phone: " .$_GET['phone']."

 

  " ."Email: " .$_GET['email']."

 

  " ."Message: " .$_GET['message']."

 

</body>

</html>" , $headers);

echo ("Your message was sent!");

 

?>

<script>

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You would need to use header('Location: http://www.example.com/');, do you want the redirect after the "Your Message Was Sent" text was seen or do you want to just redirect straight to a page?

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Or js

<form action="" method="" onsubmit="document.location='file.php';">
.........
..........
............
.............
<input type=submit>
</form>

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header("location:yourpage.php");

 

it should redirect you.

 

Here is the redirect code in html

 

<meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0; url=http://www.yourweb.com/index.html">

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You would need to use header('Location: http://www.example.com/');, do you want the redirect after the "Your Message Was Sent" text was seen or do you want to just redirect straight to a page?

 

Superfast responses!  Thanks to all!

 

tomtimms,

Once a user submits the form, I'd like to redirect them to the index page straight away.

 

I'm still doing something incorrectly. I added line 17 shown below but it doesn't redirect.

 

Emerson

 

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<?

$subject="from ".$_GET['name'];

$headers= "From: ".$_GET['email'];

$headers.=$_GET['phone']. "\n";

$headers.='Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1';

mail("myname@company.com", $subject,  "

 

  " ."Name: " .$_GET['name']."

 

  " ."Phone: " .$_GET['phone']."

 

  " ."Email: " .$_GET['email']."

 

  " ."Message: " .$_GET['message']."

 

header('location: http://www.company.com/index.html');

 

</body>

</html>" , $headers);

echo ("Your message was sent!");

 

?>

<script>

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Looks like you're putting the redirect inside you email message.  Put it in place of the "Your messages was sent" line.

<?
$subject="from ".$_GET['name'];
$headers= "From: ".$_GET['email'];
$headers.=$_GET['phone']. "\n";
$headers.='Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1';
mail("myname@company.com", $subject,  "

  " ."Name: " .$_GET['name']."

  " ."Phone: " .$_GET['phone']."

  " ."Email: " .$_GET['email']."

  " ."Message: " .$_GET['message']."

</body>
</html>" , $headers);

header("location: http://www.company.com/index.html");

?>

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Looks like you're putting the redirect inside you email message.  Put it in place of the "Your messages was sent" line.

<?
$subject="from ".$_GET['name'];
$headers= "From: ".$_GET['email'];
$headers.=$_GET['phone']. "\n";
$headers.='Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1';
mail("myname@company.com", $subject,  "

  " ."Name: " .$_GET['name']."

  " ."Phone: " .$_GET['phone']."

  " ."Email: " .$_GET['email']."

  " ."Message: " .$_GET['message']."

</body>
</html>" , $headers);

header("location: http://www.company.com/index.html");

?>

 

 

Drummin!  Rock-star!  Works perfectly!  Thanks amigo!

 

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