> Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 11:56:38 -0400
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; aj...@alumni.iu.edu
> From: tedd.sperl...@gmail.com
> Subject: RE: [PHP] Select Values Didn't Get Passed in From Two Different
> At 7:23 PM -0400 5/30/10, Alice Wei wrote:
> > Looks like I finally found the answer to my question, and the key
> >is the term, dependent drop down menu. There is an example that I
> >found here,
> >and after editing everything, looks like what I want is not so far
> >to reach. As I am writing now, I got the code I desired to work
> >after studying what went on in the code from the above link.
> >Thanks for your help, and looks like I solved the problem, I may be
> >able to close the thread now.
> An interesting solution.
> I tested it here:
> The database needs a little work -- I wasn't aware that Virginia was
> a State in Germany. :-)
> It also needs a little work when someone changes an intermediate
> selection to null the ones further down the chain -- it only goes one
> The control also uses GET when I think POST would work better -- at
> least it would hide the inner-workings of the control from the user.
> However, if that was what you were looking for then great.
About the get and post, yes, I did change that to post in my sample, but thanks
for pointing it out.
> Good luck and thread closed.
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