Rob Smith wrote: > set my gears in motion to POST the information back to my designated receipt > page. And I found out that everything I send to Authorize.net is echoed back > to me. Well, not entirely -- they don't return the CC info, for instance. But remember, you're POSTing the data to Authorize.net and getting a response, which if I recall is just a comma-delimited string, so the fields are positionally relevant, the first being the 'Response Code'. So I'm not sure your PHP code is going to work, but I won't swear to it since I don't use PHP often. > I'm going to have a friend test this out tonight with me. Authorize.net said > I can't use my own card on my own business. Yeah, but they provide 1) a test server, and 2) a test mode for the live server, as well as dummy CC#s specifically for testing. So I'd be taking advantage of that to check my process... Again, that's in the docs too. FWIW! -- Hassan Schroeder ----------------------------- hassan at webtuitive.com Webtuitive Design === (+1) 408-938-0567 === http://webtuitive.com dream. code.