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    Member mikaelsnavy's Avatar
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    Hi,
    Im building a website where there are going to be a multi-page checkout. How do I transfer the options from the forms from the previous pages to the next one?
    Thanks,
    Mikael

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    The best way is to use a server sided script such as asp or php.

    Then the server sided script can grab the form values and use them in a calculation, display them on the page etc.
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    Senior Member Fallout's Avatar
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    Yes, look into session variables in PHP, they do exactly what you are looking for.

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    thanks, i will try


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