How about a hierarchical tree? Strip the common precursor stuff ([http[s]://][www.]) and proceed from there, splitting on '.', '/', '?' and '&'.
I would also put a Yahoo-style split-level back-out link on the page, ie [nandotimes].[com]/[news]/[current]/ article2001.html (1 ref 4000 views) article2002.html (1 ref 2500 views) [article2003.php] (4 refs 6600 views) article2004.html (1 ref 800 views) (where [text] indicates a hyperlink) Combine this with your restrictor text box and N-items-per-page and it should be reasonably navigable. > I have over 26000 urls in a table. They are all urls and query strings of > hits to the same 10 - 20 sites. > > I need to have a way to allow the user to select one of these, and then do > some processing on it, and I'm struggling to find a way. > > I did have a select dropdown with a list of them, but that has become > unmanageable, even when coupled with a restrictor text box. For example, the > user types 'david' in the restrictor, and then the dropdown only lists those > urls with '%david%' > > Has anyone got a genius way of allowing the user to select one easily and > without having to download all 26000. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php