From: "dogu" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > I'm still not quite there, I can see the misty shape of a solution but > the details are still a bit hazy. > > The code I posted it the whole shebang. I've made some attempts to > 'form enable' it, but can't figure out where to put the <form.../form>, > and submit stuff so the entire thing renders as a form and creates the > variable you describe.
Well, I think it's a little out of the scope of this list to explain forms and HTML to you. You need a second page that your form is going to be "posted" to that'll receive the value the user has selected. Then on this second page you create a second query with the value the user selected to pull the specific data. If anyone just writes the whole thing for you, what'll you learn? :) ---John Holmes... -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php