|Subject:||Re: GET vs POST|
|Posted by:||Fred Serry (geen.ma…@hotmail.com)|
|Date:||Wed, 5 Nov 2003|
"Christopher Benson-Manica" schreef...
> I'm still quite unclear as to what exactly the difference between
> and METHOD=POST is for forms, even after looking in several books an on
> web. I'd appreciate any clarifications you could give me.
> separately (year, month, date, hour, minute, second) to a CGI. If I were
> store these values in a hidden form and at some point submit that form,
> I want the method for that form to be GET or POST?
This may be a good starting point:
Some practical things:
A GET can be bookmarked, while a POST can usually not.
Form data from a GET is easely recovered from history, thus not usable for
things like passwords.
GET vs POST posted by Christopher Benson-Manica on Wed, 5 Nov 2003