On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 11:17 PM, Bob Meetin <bobm at dottedi.biz> wrote: > It's not a big deal, so don't spend too much time. If it's something you > want to learn for yourself, just because, then go for it. The ajax thing I > queried thelist about a couple weeks ago is much higher on my priority > list. -Bob It was late, and I thought I could work something. Having not touched yet it, I've already determined it isn't...well, easy? And it's something I've never done, so I can't say it will work. I thought you could maybe you could parse through the get variables and set them as environment variables, but even if that's possible it's extremely risky, since I'm not sure if other environment variables can be over written that way or not. That said, I'd suggest a router page to take the get variables, store them in a session, and redirect to the requested form, or use forms and hidden variables, and have your users click a button instead of a link. Have you gotten the AJAX thing taken care of? Let me know if you need any help off-list. -- -Jack Timmons Blog: http://www.codeacula.com Sandbox: http://www.trotlc.com Twitter: @codeacula Google Chat: Figure it out. C'mon, seriously.