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When you write <form> tags, you must write action in the first tag, there you can write action='POST' or action='GET'

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I think you mean method="POST" or method = "GET". action points to the url.

OOOhh YES !!! I CONFUSED !!!

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Well, I did not solve the problem, but I found a way around it.
I found some posts on the internet how to do it, but it got too complicated with my_sql queries and php dynamically creating the drop down menu's with a choosen option selected. I made an additional page with a slightly different form with simple text input fields instead of the dropdown menu's.

Because the simple work like sending some variables via a link is not a problem. But a simple way to make it possible to use a received variable to select an option in a menu doesn't seem to exist.

Thanks anyway. For those who understand my chaotic writings and who know a simple way without my_sql, are welcome to post, haha.

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