## Marco Siddique tarafından blog girdileri

eccracked ------ I am aware of the problems of using the $_POST variable with a form. The same issue is true for dataURL in jQuery, but you may not realize it at the time of writing this question. Use$_FILES directly if you need to. ~~~ BOOSTERHIDROGEN And if I didn't make it clear: use COOKIES as well. ~~~ telechargercovadis13aveccracked > Use COOKIES as well. That's the best way. But I am using AJAX, and I really need to send not only the file, but also the userID to the server. ~~~ BOOSTERHIDROGEN You can make this AJAX request once. The best way to go will be to share a cookie between your website and an iframe hosted by the website's server. ------ telechargercovadis13aveccracked As seen in this post[1], I actually have a huge problem with the Yahoo's form input, but there is no solution as I have a lot of data to upload. And I will have to do a push request in order to get the data on the server. So to my question, how do you guys get around this, and what's your solution? [1] [ can-i-...]( authenticate-a-form-submit-via-php-given-that-i-am-the-author/39827?noredirect=1#comment74976_39827) ------ telechargercovadis13aveccracked So, as seen in this post[1], I actually have a huge problem with the Yahoo's form input, but there is no solution as I have a lot of data to upload. And I will have to do a push request in order to get the data on the server. So