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    I was wondering if anyone has any opinion on the best way to handle the following scenario.

    I have a form and I'd like the form to return a page that says something like. Here is what you submitted, are you sure this is correct? Yes/No
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    Hi,

    I don't know if your ISP has PHP installed, but that's the easiest way to transfer the data from a form to a next page.

    If not, one solution is to use multiple frames and transfer the data to a 1 pixel frame with hidden formfields and again transfer this to the 'message'-page.

    But why don't you use a simple javascript confirm-popup to present the data before the form is sent?

    Regards, Peter

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