I am totally unable to use the solutions of others with this program (they do not work when I use them). Also unable to find a variation of that is acceptable to the AI! Been working on this for days now.
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<form action="/submit-cat-photo"> <input type="text" placeholder="cat photo URL" /> </form>
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A large problem for me was that several persons claimed to have used code that omitted the first half of the https://www.freecatphotoapp.com/ and that the AI allowed the use of action="/submit-cat-photo". It certainly did not for me.
I am nearly certain that /submit-cat-photo would work if the server you are using is www.freecatphotoapp.com. The convention of putting a slash or backslash at the beginning of a file path is extremely common; it is used for most operating systems such as Linux and Windows. A slash or backslash at the beginning of a file path indicates the top of the file system’s hierarchy.
Many thanks, SamHobbs, for this explanation. I have taken one course in Linux, and now recall that use of the forward slash for that purpose. It explains the varies reports of /submit-cat-photo working in some examples.