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PHP Build a Simple PHP Application Integrating with PayPal HTML Forms

Help with Quiz

Bummer! One of the new attributes that are needed has not been added. Hint: it needs to go on the select element.

I can't seem to figure this one out and I Don't remember seeing this in the lessons

2 Answers

Richmond Lauman
Richmond Lauman
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Hi Corey.

I am not sure which task you are stuck on but from what you described I think it is the second one and if that is the case, you need a name attribute in your select tag. The value of name will be the same as the value they want the process,php file to put into an array. It rhymes with savor.

Hi Corey, I've checked the code challenge and agree with Richard. The POST array needs that name attribute in order to display values from the select tag after the form has been submitted. Hint: name="something".