on 4/12/01 8:40 AM, Quentin Krengel ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

> I have found examples of building a dropdown list, and have found examples of
> reading a mysql table, but am looking for examples of creating a drop-down
> list with the results of a mysql query.  Ie, I have an admin screen where
> partners are added, and want to store the partners in a mysql table
> (maintained by an admin page).  In my "add account page" I want to build a
> dropdown list using the output from the "partners" mysql table.

You might want to try a little script I wrote called s2s.  You can
view/download it here:


It may work for you "out of the box" but if not, it shouldn't be hard to
modify for your use.

> Thanks in advance for the help, and if you reply, please tell me where your
> favorite php<->mysql tutorial is.

I like devshed.com tutorials.  The format they use is very nice and easy to

Hope it helps,

Paul Burney

Paul Burney
Webmaster and Open Source Developer
Educational Technology Unit
Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
University of California, Los Angeles
(310) 825-8365

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