Name your select element "majors" and when the form is submitted, your form handler will get an array, not a scalar, called $majors. Step through the array, and you'll get all the options that were selected.
~Chris /"\ \ / Microsoft Security Specialist: X The moron in Oxymoron. / \ http://www.thebackrow.net On Fri, 12 Apr 2002, Brian McLaughlin wrote: > I have a tag like this on a php-generated web page. > > <select name=majors multiple size="6"> > <option value="Art">Art</option> > <option value="Biology">Biology</option> > <option value="Business and Economics">Business and Economics"</option> > etc. > etc. > </select> > > My question is... since this is a multiple-select list, in the php script > that this form calls on a submit, how do I determine which options have been > selected? If I look at $majors, it is a string whose value is one of the > several options that were selected. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php