Originally posted by requestcode
If you go to his website and search in the forums there you will find your answer. It has to do with changing this line:
in the php.ini file. You need to set that to "On" for it to work.
Well that would not really be the problem. You can pass variables through the query string with register globals off. The problem is how you refer to those variables ie.
HTTP_GET_VARS["yaks"] for globals on
_GET["yaks"] for globals off.
If you host has set set your globals to on then it might be a good idea to set up your development envioronment that way however using globals in general is just a bad idea and webhosts are only going back and setting the newer versions of PHP to register globals to on because so many people are already using programs that were written for globals being off or were written poorly.