Right now whenever the user checks or unchecks the box, the "highmark.php" file runs. However I want to run the "highmark.php" file only when the user checks the box. If the user unchecks the box I don't want to do anything.
Over 200 checkboxes the problem is unless I restructure my entire web page, I would have to output a php variable for each checkbox e.g. <input type = "checkbox" name = "checkbox1" value = "<?php echo($_SESSION['checkbox1Value']); ?>"> <input type = "checkbox" name = "checkbox2" value = "<?php echo($_SESSION['checkbox1Value2']); ?>"> and that would be ugly and inconvenient.
Msg#: 3706596 posted 11:47 am on Jul 29, 2008 (gmt 0)
No because I have html in front of each array with different text and each of the check boxes have to have a different name. Even if I did output them like that, I would still have to pass in all of the checkbox names and the html with different text in each one. Since I'm already done with the page pretty much, I'm just going to leave it