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    scroll box and URI

    im having probs

    im using dreamweaver4,php4 and mysql.
    what i want is to show the url's in the listbox this is what i have show far

    <select name="track2edit"size="1"> **********
    (1)<?PHP
    (2)while ($c_array=mysql_fetch_array($result))
    (3) {
    (4) $artist= $c_array['totart_names'];
    (5) $user= $c_array['spare3'];
    (6) $artistlink="<a href=audmp3.php?cart=$artist
    target='_self'>$artist</a><BR>";
    (7) print '<option value="'.$user.'">'.$thelink.'</option>';
    (8) }
    (9)?>
    </select> **********

    what happens here is

    it looks for the artist and user name in the mysql DB
    then store them as URI (url) in the $artistlink varible
    then show them as a link in the listbox or menubox (scrollable)
    then keep doing the whole block again till $c_array is negative

    what happens in reality is

    it does find all the data and place them in the box
    BUT the data appears as normal text instead of a clickable link

    so i think in line 6 in the above code is at fault BUT
    here comes the big catch

    if you remove the lines with the stars (remove the list box) and re-run the code
    you will see the the names from the database, once echoed to the screen is now clickable urls.

    but i really need in list the box as i want the results of hundreds of artist names in a maintainable scrollable area

    i hope you understood my theory

    thanks
    PhpFingers
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    this is a html/forms issue not PHP , you can't stick links like that in a select element, you can put the select box in a <form> and detect onSubmit the selected form item (or add some onclick event to the individual options ?) but again thats not PHP related ... moving to general forum
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