Thanks for the quick response, Bastien. I was thinking that using hidden fields may be another way to go. But how would I assign a value to a form variable via clicking on a link?
>No, you could try keeping that data in sessions or in hidded form fields in >the page...note that the latter requires that you do a page submit with the >onclick of the link / button > >Bastien >>From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >>To: email@example.com >>Subject: [PHP-DB] Dynamic Navigation Bar >>Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2005 09:27:33 -0600 >> >>Results from full-text searches on a documents database are returning >>sometimes 300-400 hits, so I'm gonna need to implement a dynamic navigation >>bar. Perhaps this a stupid question, but it seems from a brief googling >>that navigation bars - dynamic or not - operate by appending variables and >>values to the URL within the <A href="...">link</>, which are then grabbed >>from the $_GET array. Can someone shed some light on whether this the only >>method used? >> >> And, yes, I know that there is a Pear package that does this, but I'm >>more >>inclined to implement my own at present. >> >>Thanks very much. >> >>David -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php