At 04:16 AM 9/20/2002, rudy wrote: > ><form action="/redirect.php"> > > > ><?php > > $TARGET = $_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"]; > >tim, i don't know php, but if you are passing the goto form field and >expecting it to be in the query string, i think you have to explicitly use >GET as form method, the browser is likely sending it as POST by default I see the problem now. Tim, you can't use $_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"]. This will give you the "whole" query-string including it's key word. That's why you are getting the goto=/URL. What you need to use is: $_GET = for query strings and form gets $_POST = for form posts P.S. Rudy, GET is the default for a form if no method is given. --- Anthony Baratta President Keyboard Jockeys "Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative."