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    Default post problem

    I used this form in my custom CE:

    <form method="post" action="">
    To : <input type="text" name="mail_to"> <br/>
    Subject : <input type="text" name="mail_sub">
    <br/>
    Message <input type="text" name="mail_msg">
    <br/>
    <input type="submit" value="Send Email">
    </form>
    But when i press submit this error message pop-up :

    This error occurs when there is a POST request without valid authentication token. From Contao 2.10, referral check is replaced by the requested token system. If the problem persists, you may be using an incompatible third-party extension or have not updated your version of the Contao system correctly.
    Someone know reason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawelja View Post
    I used this form in my custom CE:

    <form method="post" action="">
    To : <input type="text" name="mail_to"> <br/>
    Subject : <input type="text" name="mail_sub">
    <br/>
    Message <input type="text" name="mail_msg">
    <br/>
    <input type="submit" value="Send Email">
    </form>
    But when i press submit this error message pop-up :

    This error occurs when there is a POST request without valid authentication token. From Contao 2.10, referral check is replaced by the requested token system. If the problem persists, you may be using an incompatible third-party extension or have not updated your version of the Contao system correctly.
    Someone know reason?

    But now i have second problem when i press submit on this form
    <form action="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>" method="POST">
    To : <input type="text" name="mail_to"> <br/>
    Subject : <input type="text" name="mail_sub">
    <br/>
    Message <input type="text" name="mail_msg">
    <br/>
    <input type="submit" name="testt"value="Send Email">
    </form>

    i dont get post method. I var_dump($_POST); but 0 parameters after submit. i var_dump request method but method is get somehow

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawelja View Post
    But now i have second problem when i press submit on this form
    <form action="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>" method="POST">
    To : <input type="text" name="mail_to"> <br/>
    Subject : <input type="text" name="mail_sub">
    <br/>
    Message <input type="text" name="mail_msg">
    <br/>
    <input type="submit" name="testt"value="Send Email">
    </form>

    i dont get post method. I var_dump($_POST); but 0 parameters after submit. i var_dump request method but method is get somehow



    Can i fix this
    This error occurs when there is a POST request without valid authentication token. From Contao 2.10, referral check is replaced by the requested token system. If the problem persists, you may be using an incompatible third-party extension or have not updated your version of the Contao system correctly.
    Someone know reason?

    and to get fix geting post instead of get even i typed method = post

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawelja View Post
    Can i fix this
    This error occurs when there is a POST request without valid authentication token. From Contao 2.10, referral check is replaced by the requested token system. If the problem persists, you may be using an incompatible third-party extension or have not updated your version of the Contao system correctly.
    Someone know reason?

    and to get fix geting post instead of get even i typed method = post
    Solution: $GLOBALS['TL_CONFIG']['disableRefererCheck'] = true;

  5. #5
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    Nope. That would be better:
    PHP Code:
    <input type="hidden" name="REQUEST_TOKEN" value="{{request_token}}"
    Why don't you use the form generator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xchs View Post
    Nope. That would be better:
    PHP Code:
    <input type="hidden" name="REQUEST_TOKEN" value="{{request_token}}"
    Why don't you use the form generator?
    Becouse i need in backend to modify content on front. When i create with form generator i insert template. I need to modify template in every moment

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    What exactly are you trying to do? Why do you need a custom form in the back end?

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