Maybe you need to take some time and remember what a forum is about.
I was merely commenting on how, back in the day (ie, mid-1990s or so?), one would be more likely to know how to set up a CGI-aware web page with forms and such - long before they would know anything about setting up the web server it was running on.
Then again, this was back in the days of SLIP/PPP and WinSock (among other anacronisms)...
I wasn't knocking on you specifically, just commenting on the fact that in a span of 10-15 years we've gotten to the point in technology where one can easily and cheaply attempt to run before they can walk (and all the resulting potential "disaster" that implies).
You're having problems setting up a web form, using it, and understanding it. Others have problems understanding why they are burning out their Arduino's by direct-connecting devices to the pins without knowing Ohm's Law (or how to read a datasheet).
It just used to be that one would take the time to study and learn at a pace suitable to the knowledge to be gained. Others have told me "That time is past"; still they fumble and make me wonder "has it really?".
Like I said, I must be old...