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    Default No return_link in fmbadhandler

    Hi,
    Tectite is going ok, and I set up the basic fmbadhandler.php per the instruction and tested it.
    It does give a formatted display of the problem, but there is no return_link to click on, even though I set it up as such:
    $TARGET_URLS = array('http://www.mysite.com/contact_tectite.htm');

    I checked the online source of fmbadhandler.php during an error display, and there is no return_link anywhere on the page.

    I am using fmbadhandler by itself as instructed, I did not combine it with an HTML template.

    Thanks,
    Robert

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    Default Re: No return_link in fmbadhandler

    there r a set of rules that must be passed before fmbadhandler will show the return link

    first, get rid of the document:
    PHP Code:
    $TARGET_URLS = array('http://www.mysite.com/'); 
    make sure u have "this_form" field in your form and its URL is the same as above

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    Default Re: No return_link in fmbadhandler

    I'll try that and let you know the results.
    I'm a little confused, as I thought the $TARGET_URLS field was required in order to get it to work.

    Thanks,
    Robert

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    Smile Re: No return_link in fmbadhandler

    Whew!! Finally... It worked.

    Your instructions confused me, however, because of this:
    first, get rid of the document:
    PHP Code:
    $TARGET_URLS = array('http://www.mysite.com/');

    I deleted the value I installed there at first, installed the "this_form" variable, but it still wouldn't function. I finally reinstalled the data above back into fmbadhamdler.php, and it worked perfect.

    Thanks for your help, in the end, success
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    Robert

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    Default Re: No return_link in fmbadhandler

    sorry, i should have said "get rid of the document, leaving just the domain part"

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