why is php post data passing? I'm using the simplest of examples. Is it something in an ini file that needs to be changed? Access?

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Both of these files are in the same directory /public_html/subone/subtwo (I'll reveal the real names of subone and subtwo to an admin privately) This is my Test.html file Number please:

This is my TestTwo.php file And
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Chris M
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Thank you. I spent most of yesterday with it and decided it may be a versioning thing (the book I worked from is not recent) and certain techniques are protected against. Found a different approach and it worked. 

Only asked after extensive searching I thought it might be a host setting with a How-to page on Inmotion you could direct me too.

Best,

David

Thanks for the suggestion, David. Our PHP how-to guides are a bit out of date and reference older versions and practices in PHP. We're hoping to get them updated in the near future.

lagomosker
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Thanks for submitting a question about PHP post data. As a host, we're not equipped to replace the experience of a knowledgeable PHP developer as the subject matter expert for such questions. I'd advise speaking with a developer who could better troubleshoot the issue with you.

Thank you. I spent most of yesterday with it and decided it may be a versioning thing (the book I worked from is not recent) and certain techniques are protected against. Found a different approach and it worked. 

Only asked after extensive searching I thought it might be a host setting with a How-to page on Inmotion you could direct me too.

Best,

David

Chris M
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Thanks for submitting a question about PHP post data. As a host, we're not equipped to replace the experience of a knowledgeable PHP developer as the subject matter expert for such questions. I'd advise speaking with a developer who could better troubleshoot the issue with you.

lagomosker

Attaching the text files....CodeSamples.txt