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Pauline Orr
Pauline Orr
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PHPMailer to work for one form where there is two

I am using the PHPMailer, almost exactly like in the PHP Basic Website course but I have a front page with a form to start the form. Once you click submit, it takes you to the actual page with those inputs you wrote into those inputs along with the new empty ones. It worked great until I brought into the PHP. Here is what I used to pass solutions to the other form. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15236733/pass-form-data-to-another-page-with-php

I have tried differentiating the forms- making their names, values, ids different but the problem is when I submit the first form, it emails me rather than taking me to the other form with the passed values. Anytime I submit anything, the "if(!$mail->send())...' runs if no errors are caught.

I thought maybe bringing in a hidden input for the first variable could help with another if statement to run but I'm still not figuring this out.