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505887 PHP Form Redirect based on external form processor response

I have a user registration form that posts values to a third party form processor ([url removed, login to view]) and this returns a value based on what the user entered. It will return a blank page with the number 1 if it was a successful registration. The problem is, they dont allow you to redirect with their form processor, they say you have to do the redirect on your side.

I have attached my form already set ([url removed, login to view]) ATTACHED*, please work with this file. Enter a random email address to get form processor responses.

So what I want, is if the form processors response = 1, redirect to a thankyou page (just create any page), and if it is anything else other than 1, redirect to an error page (create this also).

I'm not sure how you are supposed to do this, as I have had a programmer try and do it and couldn't do it. Not sure if you need to use CURL, and ajax to do this, but its possible. They said there are other sites that have done this such as

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If you have READ this entire script, please include the word "SUPER" in your bid, so I know you have read this :D

Beceriler: AJAX, Her şey Kabul, PHP

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Proje NO: #2251813

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dustafo

This is not difficult, not sure why the other person couldn't do it.

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