Or you could use XMLHTTP on the browser side (supported by IE and Mozilla variants)

You'd send a GET request to the page, it would return - often - an XML record set, or you can return text, and indeed you can even query page status codes from the client side.

The point is, you no longer need to unload the current page to get information form the server.
Useful examples here : http://jibbering.com/2002/4/httprequest.html

Cheers - Neil

At 11:09 07/09/2004 +0000, you wrote:

Date: Mon, 6 Sep 2004 19:55:51 -0400
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Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] functions via event handlers

the closest you could come is to make javascript functions call php
pages basically redirects that would call the php functions.

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