Php isset POST issue

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Tue Aug 05, 2014 5:59 am

Why don't you just do this on top:

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if ( isset($_POST['RegisterButton']) && $_POST['RegisterButton'] == 'Submit' ) {
   // Your processing registration script goes here....
and I don't know why you are checking to see if a user's is login in or not on a registration page, for it seems like a waste of time? I mean that is why they are registering in the first place? Unless I'm missing something? :oops:

You can always validate the user's input inside the registration script, if that was what you were trying to do? Though I would do that in JavaScript as the main way of validating and also have it done in PHP if you want graceful degradation (for those people who disable JavaScript).

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