Hey, thanks. I should have thought about it longer, since I made something the exact same to alternate <tr> bgcolors. Thanks for refreshing though.

Justin French wrote:
There was a post on a similar thing the other day, and about once a week for
the past few years :P

Quick (untested) example:

$i = 0;
$sql = 'select link from tablename';
$result = mysql_query($sql);
while($myrow = mysql_fetch_array($result))
if($i == 1) { echo '<tr>'; }
echo "<td>{$myrow['link']}</td>";
if($i == 2) { echo '</tr>'; $i = 0; }

This is easily adaptable to three (or more) columns by changing the last
if() statement...


on 20/12/02 5:21 PM, conbud ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

Lets says I have 8 links stored in a database, extracting those links is
no problem. Now lets says I have 2 columns, how do I get link 1 into
column 1 then get link 2 into column 2  then link 3 into column 1 and
link 4 into column 2 and so on...

<td>This is column 1</td>
<td>This is column 2</td>

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