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    Safari problems

    I have an html/php login form on my site and I don't think users can login using Safari. It works with IE and Firefox.

    I don't want to post any of my html or php. Are there any know or common reasons as to why this would be happening?

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    Err… php is completely server-side, so Safari wouldn't ever see that; html doesn't have any interactivity, so that couldn't be it either.

    Are you sure there's nothing else affecting this?


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    I guess that's what I'm asking. This behavior is happening for sure. My best guess is that the php code to check wether or not the form has been submitted isn't being processed correctly becuase of the way Safari submits this information. But that doesn't seem right.

    I just check if all the variables are set, like this:

    if(isset($_POST["v1"]) && isset($_POST["v2"]))
    {
    ...

    Anyone?

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