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Creating a custom form for my theme

  • Hi everyone,

    I am trying to do a simple thing : creating a custom form for my theme (knowing that I’d like to create it without using a plugin).

    1. I have added a form with a text input (post method)
    2. I have setup a page with a specific template where I do a count on $_POST
    3. The form action calls the page

    As a result, I have… nothing. $_POST is never set.

    As it is the very basic of PHP, I can’t figure why it doesn’t work.

    Any help is welcomed.

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  • OK. The way I do it works fine with 2.6.5 version but not under the 2.7.

    Any idea ?

    Yes, i have almost the same problem, under admin area, creating a custom admin panel.

    Anybody with an idea to solve this, $_POST vars are never set, or passed correctly.

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