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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim View Post
    OK ...

    Let me ask this question first ...

    When the user wants to use your loan "widget",
    it is OK if the whole page refreshes each time they click 'calculate'?

    The answer to that will determine the method you need to use.
    Hi

    Yes as the page refreshed can't loss details anyway.

    But I have it working now if you click on the link I gave earlier to my website page and test it out it is working I just need to fix up the apperance now of what is shown once clicked on.

    That part is no problem.

    Thank you
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    Thumbs up

    This issue is now resloved and I give a Big Thanks to Aerospace for all his efforts in solving my problem.

    Also I thank those who had other suggestions as all suggestions are very welcomed.
    Ozy Industries Pty Ltd offers Domain sales, webhosting, email marketing, Advertising and much more at cheap rates. http://www.ozydomains.com.au
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    As this is on the same topic I will continue here.

    This code within the php file
    Code:
    if(isset($mod))
      {
     
       $file = str_replace("<form>","<form action=\"http://www.ozyautos.com.au/calculator.php\"><input type=hidden name=mod value=re_search><input type=hidden name=ad_type value=sale><input type=hidden name=type value=\"".$type."\"><input type=hidden name=ad value=\"".$ad."\">",$file);
     
      }
    brings up the results on a new page thus the calculator.php page which I have created but I would prefer this page to be opened in a new window and be smaller.

    I have tried using "target" but that doesn't seem to be working in the php file.

    Can anyone help here please?

    Cheers
    Last edited by phil1ooo; 09-06-2012 at 12:45 AM.
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    Can you give the link to me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akrocatering View Post
    For more information on how PHP handles including files and the include path, see the documentation for include path.
    Hi and Thank You

    The problem wasn't the actual include path as I had that correct. It was (and I'm no php expert so please excuse my terms of expression here) a line which apparently need to be added at the end of the page within the php file that told the include path to accept being called, or so to spect to accept the call.

    That's close to how a programmer I found explained it to me.

    The other problem with the open a new window was that I didn't place a (\) before the (")s, again I had that partly correct except for that slash.

    I am tring to learn the php but unfortunately rome wasn't build it a day. (2 maybe) LOL.

    Cheers
    Last edited by phil1ooo; 09-14-2012 at 11:19 AM.
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