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By default, form elements will be accessed through the $_GET array. We want to access the form elements using the $_POST
By default, form elements will be accessed through the $_GET array. We want to access the form elements using the $_POST array, like this: $_POST["flavor"]. Make the change to the HTML that will allow the process.php script to access the $_POST array. (Hint: we need to add a new attribute to an existing HTML element.)
!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Ye Olde Ice Cream Shoppe</title> </head> <body> <p>Your order has been created. What flavor of ice cream would you like to add to it?</p> <form action="process.php"> <label for="flavor">Flavor</label> <select id="flavor"> <option value="">— Select —</option> <option value="Vanilla">Vanilla</option> <option value="Chocolate">Chocolate</option> <option value="Strawberry">Strawberry</option> <option value="Cookie Dough">Cookie Dough</option> </select> <input type="submit" value="Update Order"> </form> </body> </html>
add method="POST" to the opening form tag after action.