Your wanted solution is seen in the "phpXML" demo, by Michael
P. Mehl. It is founded at the Try the
exciting "xpath" example!

> -----Original Message-----
> From: LRW [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2001 4:24 PM
> Subject: [PHP] dynamic menu possible?
> Hi all.
> I was wondering if a situation I'll describe below is possible. If it is,
> I'm hoping someone could point me to the topics I would need to study to
> learn how to do it. I hate to say that right now I don't have the time to
> read the Manual or any books cover-to-cover to figure it
> out...but I do want
> to learn how to do things on my own. So if someone could just tell me what
> the items I'd need to study are called, I'd really appreciate it.
> What I want to do is have a drop-down menu where the options are files
> located in a folder on the server that changes as items are added to or
> removed. Then the user can select an item from the menu, submit, and that
> page will load.
> Did that make sense?
> So I have 1.htm and 2.htm and 3.htm in a folder. A selectable
> menu reads the
> folder and lists those three files as options. The user can click
> on it and
> submit and that page will load. And if I add 4.htm, the menu will add that
> to the drop down on its own.
> That that's not possible, how close can I get to something like that?
> An example of something close to that I found on . They
> have a dropdown menu where a user selects an item and gets sent to that
> page. A URL from one attempts shows as
> . How is that done?
> Again, if I could just be pointed to the related PHP concepts I'll take it
> from there.
> Thanks!!!!!
> Liam

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