That would be the best idea, but he *is* asking on a PHP list... That's why i 
reminded him that PHP is server-side.

On Tuesday 25 June 2002 13:02 pm, Lazor, Ed wrote:
> I do what you're asking with Javascript.  Lookup dynamic forms and you'll
> find a lot of examples.
> On Tuesday 25 June 2002 10:30 am, M.E. Suliman wrote:
> > I'm busy with an order form in php.  How would I display a text field
> > only if a checkbox is checked.  The reason for this is that if the user
> > selects the product in the form and, how would I get to display the
> > quantity field corresponding to that checkbox
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