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Bug(ish) Integrating with PayPal > HTML Forms > 2/3

Q. "Next, we need the flavor selected in the dropdown to be submitted to this process.php file. We need to be able to access it in the “flavor” element of the $_POST array like this: $_POST["flavor"]. What two changes do we need to make to the HTML? (Hint. We need to add two new attributes. The first needs to be added to one existing HTML element, the second needs to be added to a different existing HTML element.)"

I initially input:

<form action="process.php" method="POST">

Which was marked as wrong until I made the method lowercase:

<form action="process.php" method="post">

The test for correct needs to ignore the case.

1 Answer

Thanks Liam for pointing that out. Admittedly, while POST isn't necessarily wrong, post is more correct in my opinion. I'll leave that up to Randy to decide though. :smiley: