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  1. Hi all, I was hoping you could point me in the right direction, I have 2 questions. 1. I want to have an option drop down which uses the array of a returned sql query. I have the following code which uses onchange to submit the selection, how do I use the mysql_fetch_array($result1) to give a list of the two selected columns in the $Site=array() bit. 2. The selected result will be used in more SQL select statements, so once a site from the list is selected the relevant data from other tables will be displayed using e.g. select person from people [some inner join statement] where site="site 1"; Therefore the $_POST value must be available to be passed to other queries once selected. Thanks for any help, I still feel like a noob, but I'm getting there. Gary <?php include 'header.php'; ?> <div class='container'> <?php include 'menu.php'; ?> <?php include 'connect.php'; ?> <?php $sql1="SELECT Sites.Site_ID, Sites.Site_name_1 FROM `Sites`"; $result1=mysql_query($sql1); ?> <?php function get_options() { $site=array('Site 1'=>'Site 1', 'Site 2'=>'Site 2', 'Site 3'=>'Site 3'); $options=''; while(list($k,$v)=each($site)) { $options.='<option value="'.$v.'">'.$k.'</option>'; } return $options; } if(isset($_POST['site'])) { echo $_POST['site']; } ?> <form action="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>" method="POST"> <select name="site" onchange="this.form.submit();"> <?php echo get_options(); ?> </select>
  2. Hi. I have 2 problems which I'm hopeing someone can help me with. 1. For the following script to change the pages language, I would like it so that whichever option selected is set on the page (i.e. if you select Euskal, the select box stays set as Euskal, and not Espanyol as it does at the moment) <form name="Language" action="" method="post" id="Language"> <div class="btn-group"> <?php $uri = strtok($_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"],'?');; $url="http://".$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'].$uri; ?> <span class="btn btn-primary"> <select name="lang" onchange="javascript:change_langs(this.form)"> <option value="Esp">Espanyol</option> <option value="Eng">English</option> <option value="Cat">Catalan</option> <option value="Bas">Euskal</option> <option value="Gal">Galego</option> </select> </span> </div></form> 2. I have 2 dropdown lists in the following format: <select class="form-control" name='category'> <option <?php print ((isset($_GET["category"]) && ($_GET["category"]=="A"))?"selected='A'":""); ?> value='A'><?=getlg($lang,"A")?></option> <option <?php print ((isset($_GET["category"]) && ($_GET["category"]=="b"))?"selected='b'":""); ?> value='b'><?=getlg($lang,"b")?></option> <option <?php print ((isset($_GET["category"]) && ($_GET["category"]=="c"))?"selected='c'":""); ?> value='c'><?=getlg($lang,"c")?></option> </select> <select class="form-control" name='category'> <option <?php print ((isset($_GET["category"]) && ($_GET["category"]=="D"))?"selected='D'":""); ?> value='D'><?=getlg($lang,"D")?></option> <option <?php print ((isset($_GET["category"]) && ($_GET["category"]=="e"))?"selected='e'":""); ?> value='e'><?=getlg($lang,"e")?></option> <option <?php print ((isset($_GET["category"]) && ($_GET["category"]=="f"))?"selected='f'":""); ?> value='f'><?=getlg($lang,"f")?></option> </select> However, I require just one dropdown list with catagories A and D as the main item. Catagories b & c should be a sub category of A, and e & f should be a sub category of D Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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