>Is there a way to change the value of a global variable when someon clicks a ><a href> URL link on a web page?
Not really... Or, more properly, "Yes, but it wouldn't be the same global from PHP script you're thinking of" Let's look at HTTP in slow-motion: 1. Browser requests URL. 2. Server gets URL request. 3. Server identifies request as PHP and starts PHP 4. PHP computes HTML and spews it out via Server and quits 5. Browser gets HTML 6. Browser displays HTML 7. User moves mouse 8. User clicks As you can see PHP is not even in the picture after step 4. You *COULD* have the click open up a whole 'nother HTTP connection, change a value in a database somewhere, and then return a whole new HTML page... Step back and tell us what you are trying to do. I suspect PHP is the wrong weapon entirely, or that you're trying to do something that is not really in the realm of "known safe technology" -- Like Music? http://l-i-e.com/artists.htm I'm looking for a PRO QUALITY two-input sound card supported by Linux (any major distro). Need to record live events (mixed already) to stereo CD-quality. Soundcard Recommendations? Software to handle the recording? Don't need fancy mixer stuff. Zero (0) post-production time. Just raw PCM/WAV/AIFF 16+ bit, 44.1KHz, Stereo audio-to-disk. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php