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netoster

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hi all,

i just finished a site for a friend, and used the php id navigation, it works on local but when i uploaded the site i noticed it wasnt working anymore.....

Code is as follow:
<?php
switch($id) {
default:
include('empresa.php'); 
break; case "empresa": 
include('empresa.php'); 
break; case "sunscope":
include('sunscope.php');
break; case "membresia":
include('membresia.php');
break; case "contacto":
include('contacto.php');
}
?>

When you click in any link.. (links are: ?id=sunscope ; ?id=membresia ; ?id=contacto...) the page reloads but dont include the page you're requesting (sunscope;membresia or contact)...

Any ideas? i need help badly!

thanks in advance..

LINKS: you can check out by yourself the problem @ http://integral-logi...rvice.com/main/

notes:
both my PC and remote host uses last version of php.

Edited by netoster, 03 April 2007 - 02:15 PM.

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netoster

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Solution found:

changing $id to $_REQUEST['id'] ....or $_GET['id']

hope this help someone!
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Michael

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An explanation of why that does not work.

If you have register_globals on the variable such as $_GET['id'] or $_POST['id'] can be accessed by useing $id. But that is very dangerous since it allows some one to set the value of any variable in your script. So your host has very wisely disabled it. So you have to use $_GET or $_POST.

Hope that explains something.
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