Check out the php-navigation section at hotscripts.com. I found exactly that on there 
a couple of 
weeks back, it utilises cookies.

Cheers
Russ

On Tue, 11 Dec 2001 23:23:02 +0700 RSalomo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> helo,
> 
> i have site navigation, for example: you are here: home > music > jazz >
> musicians.
> i get this by put an <a href="index.php?id=1>$pagename</a> on the link, and
> i have the musicians' list.
> but i'm still in the same directory where the index.php is.
> 
> how can i really go to the physical path
> (music/jazz/musicians/musicians.php), the musicians.php, and still keep the
> site navigation correctly?
> because i need that file to add a new musician (musicians .php?mode=add)
> i use php/mysql.
> 
> thank you very very much.
> 
> rudy
> 
> 
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