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  • Helmut Zeilinger
    Jul 25, 2005
      Hi D.L.,

      just an idea - try to add a "name" attribute to the
      "input" elements instaed of / in addition to the
      "id" attributes.


      D. L. Fox schrieb:

      > Joshua Chamas wrote:
      >> The problem seems to be what the browser is sending, since on the
      >> server side its not seeing any content uploaded from the form:
      > I thought it might be something with Firefox so I tried it with IE,
      > Netscape, Mozilla, and Opera all with the same results.
      >> So maybe the HTML itself is not correct, but honestly it looked
      >> fine to me.
      > I wondered if the HTML might have something to do with it but it
      > validates as strict per the W3C, so I'm not sure what to think.
      >> Maybe also a chance that the apache server + mod_perl is too old
      >> and you should upgrade. The mod_perl version is pretty old
      >> at this point.
      > I wish I had that option. This is a hosted site, unlike before when I
      > normally ran things on my own stuff. I have been searching for another
      > host provider anyway. I am no longer satisfied with my current one.
      > They don't seem to stay up-to-date with their software, and they
      > change things which will break your site without telling you.
      > The main reason I chose this provider was because they had
      > Apache::ASP. Now I need to find another host account with Apache::ASP.
      > Is there a list of providers using Apache::ASP somewhere?
      > I've been looking through the many lists of providers on the 'Net but
      > it's difficult to search on Apache::ASP because it always turns up
      > MS-ASP or Chili. I can program in VB just fine but would *much* rather
      > use Apache::ASP and Perl.

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