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You put the action attribute in the form tag for the data in the form to be submitted to. You also want to use the method tag to specify wether the data is sent in the POST object or on the query string using GET

 

<form action="processingpage.php" method="POST">
---Form elements go here
</form>

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This is what I have written for the action form.

 

<form action="qmodpage.php" method="post">

<input type=submit value="Finished">

</form>

 

but when I click the button, it doesn't go to he qmodpage.php.  The page just blinks when I click on the button.

 

please help!

 

thank you!

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if you aren't sending any data collected in the form why are using a button when aimple a link is what is caled for?

 

<form action="qmodpage.php" method="post">
// other inputs for data....
<input type="submit" name="submit" id="submit" value="Finished">
</form>

 

if you just want a link that looks like a button (and don't care about js being enabled or not) then

 

<input type="button" value="Finished" onclick="window.location='qmodpage.php';">

 

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