2. Figure out exactly how it should be coded.
The hard part of the matter (which is not very hard) is to figure out how
like that, then add the PHP to generate the page in that format.
By the way, I am going to soon need to do something similar - where the
user gives several inputs in a row, and then the data is packed and posted
to a php script - which outputs another batch of questions. If you are
running a slow connection, or the server is loaded, then having to reload the
page each time you type a word or two could get quite frustrating. So, let
me know what you come up with if you have the time.
At 10:29 AM 11/22/2001 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>Hi, out there
>Here's what I want to achieve:
>1. I want to display a mysql_query result record-by-record
>(first/prev/next/last buttons) without re-querying.
>2. I want to use a static html-form and plug the data into <input
>name="field_#" type="text" value="">
> via event triggers
>3. I read the query result into an php-array and want to pass
>array_values[1-n][1-m] to "query_result_for_field"
> Obviously, there's a php array and I can set I php-array-counter
> BUT: I can't achieve to pass either value to the other
>but the array is there and I can use the java-
> script to place anything into this.form.elements["field#"].value
>6, The whole thing is about NOT reload/refresh the page/re-query
> and triggers into an otherwise static "forms-fill-in"
>Has anybody got a clue on that or is it really simply not possible due
>to 5 above?
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