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#1 janhoye

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Posted 27 April 2003 - 03:00 AM

sup peps,

here is a question for all of you....

here is my dillema: let\'s say i have three files (please check my little clumsy figures to better understand what I need); main.php, catagoreyview.php, and listview.php....

when my user enter my page... i want him/her to see the main.php page... it has four or more catagories in it....

when the user clicks \'Catagorey 1\', it then open the information in catagorey 1 in the catagoreyview.php file.... then when the customer click \'List 1\', it then opens a the information in the \'list 1\'...

it sounds like a very complicated problem. I tried so hard to figure out, but no luck... I saw it done in many sites as http://www.anythingo...ainCategoryId=2

MY QUESTION TO YOU ALL IS:
WHAT IS THE MOST EFFICENT WAY TO WORK OUT THIS PROBLEM

before I let you go, how can you tell the user\'s location.... say he is in List 1.... how can I print \"You are in Catagorey 1 > List 1\"

assume that these are the pages.... sorry about the messy look... they were suppose to look rectangles...
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| main.php |
| |
| Catagorey 1 |
| Catagorey 2 |
| Catagorey 3 |
| Catagorey 4 |
| |
----------------------

----------------------
| catagoreyview.php |
| |
| Catagorey 1 |
| List 1 |
| List 2 |
| List 3 |
| |
----------------------

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| Listview.php |
| |
| List 1 |
| Description |
| |
| |
| |
----------------------
Mike




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