I am trying to do the following:
I have a search form, from I want to sent the input (a search term) on to the next page, in which I need the variable.
I use the form settings to send the input via query string on to the next (result) page. Although I can see in the source that it uses the "post" method, the query is still visible in the url., which I thought it should not do when using "post".
Also, when I try to use the variable by using:
<?php echo $_POST["input"]; ?>
on the result page, I can see the result for a second, and then it disapears when the page is fully loaded.
When I copy the source code and fill in the "action" parameter by hand, and then use that as a form, it does work as expected; I can echo out the result, and the query is not added to the url.
Since I would like to track the form submissions I prefer using the plugin form, then the handcoded version though. Am I doing something wrong?
Thanks in advance.