Html, pHP submit error

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by Ohg8587 (410 points)
Hy guys, I'm learning PHP and I've downloaded XAMPP on my machine. I created form using HTML and stored it in htdocs in xampp folder as requested in tutorial.

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answered Apr 1, 2016 by Chalow (2,560 points)
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Our classes and errors/success messages will hide and show if they are available.
Now our form knows to use that controller function when it is submitted.
It will also be much easier to create larger forms with many more inputs.
commented Apr 2, 2016 by ended (810 points)
One problem with this trick is that description attribute cannot be localized
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answered Mar 31, 2016 by Amckee (540 points)

Each error message should only appear if validation doesn't work out.
We begin with our basic html form: Name This field is required.

Check out Submit A Form Without Page Refresh using jQuery - Envato Tuts+ Code Tutorial for an excellent resource on the topic aside from man bash
commented Apr 1, 2016 by gun1279 (150 points)
Two things have really helped me solve this problem in my code. An introduction to his work on this subject can be found here
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answered May 13, 2016 by ohlemacher (930 points)
Have a look at Forms in HTML documents - World Wide Web Consortium
Store the binaries on a completely separate site that you host yourself
commented May 15, 2016 by Zella (510 points)
We had a weird case of this that I just fixed in a solution. For more information please take a look at following answer
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by issuealmanza (650 points)
Angular Forms Submitting Forms with AngularNameSuperhero Alias Submit
commented Jun 4, 2016 by Lbh660ema (160 points)
There are service providers that will comfortably and reliably do this for you. Your problem will be solved
commented Jun 4, 2016 by Zhp5667 (100 points)
This is what I did to fix this problem. Check them and delete it if this is the problem

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