The answer is no. Let’s look at our browser. When I click submit here, the URL updates just like it did before, with–this time the q parameter equals computer in our URL. Now, what’s happening here when we hit enter and press submit is that we’re actually submitting the form. And by default, the form submits to itself, which–while is neat for playing around in our browser– and–you know–editing the URL–isn’t so handy. So–let’s talk about how we can make this form submit to someplace else.