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September 8, 2004, 10:12 pm
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I've got a situation, where i'd like to have a selection box of
products. The user picks one product, and a menu appears doesn't activate,
but it shows some more detail regarding the product, say a car, and the
detail is a list of years you could pick. You pick the year and a list of
color choices appears, so on and so forth until you either select a choice
in which a database query is generated and you get a page or you get a page
listing all close parts. I was wondering if this was feasible without
all user's utilize it.
Re: php dynamic menu generation
selection so that the PHP script can detect what was selected and offer the
next set of options.
I personally would not do this in a single form. I use what is known as the
"waterfall effect" as is demonstrated in my sample application. Read about
it at http://www.tonymarston.co.uk/php-mysql/sample-application.html
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