Jason Wong <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote on 11/13/2002 10:46:32 PM:

> On Thursday 14 November 2002 07:32, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Is this even possible? I have a menu that is generated from a table.

> What is your menu -- a set of <a> tags? or a selector box? I suspect you
> the latter ...

Not a list box, but a menu of about 15 category titles, all shown on the
page in
a list, click on category get the category items listed. Both the category
and the individual items will come from a database.
I am trying this to make a faq's page - list the faq categories, click on
category and get the list of faq's. The first part is easy, the second part
easy, both seperately.
I am wondering if I can make the first part (title) be a link to select the
for the category from a database. I've seen this done before, but the app I
looking at had so many include files referencing other include files that
it all straight was near impossible.


> > Typically, the menu items are links
> > to html pages. I would like to have the link bring up a list of items
> > another table in the database,
> > not an html page. So I guess this would be a select statement linked
from a
> > select statement?
> > Is this even possible?

> Yes, google -> "dynamic linked listbox php".

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