PJ wrote:
How to deactivate checkboxes when one in a series is checked?
<input type="checkbox" name="choice[1]"><another input>
<input type="checkbox" name="choice[2]"><another input1>
<input type="checkbox" name="choice[3]"><another input2>
<input type="checkbox" name="choice[4]"><another input3>
So that only 1 of the other inputs could be used in a search. Probably
do the rest with switch stuff.
Would be neat if the deactivated checkboxes would go grey.
Is this an HTML question? Use onclick?But I think I need to either use a
php string or function or would this be a CSS thingy?
Thanks for any help.



I think you need to explain more precisely what you are doing.

However, an appropriate use of client-side processing vs.
server-side process is always a factor in a good web app.

You *could* disable stuff via choices that are made with
PHP, but it requires a submission of data. Javascript would
allow you to disable certain things without a submission.

First, I'd like to hear more clearly what end result you
are going for.

Donovan


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