Always Get A Checkbox $_POST Value
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The problem with checkboxes is that if they are not checked then they are not posted with your form. If you check a checkbox and post a form you will get the value of the checkbox in the $_POST variable which you can use to process a form, if it's unchecked no value will be added to the $_POST variable. In PHP you would normally get around this problem by doing an isset() check on your checkbox element. If the element you are expecting isn't set in the $_POST variable then we know that the checkbox is not checked and the value can be false. But if you have created a dynamic form then you won't always know the name attribute of your checkboxes, if you don't know the name of the checkbox then you can't use the isset function to check if this has been sent with the $_POST...
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