stickytape - 6:43 pm on Jul 19, 2001 (gmt 0) David - you're right, I read about that "get" variable last night. I know I can put it into a hyperlink, such as:
TPK - that's exactly what I need! I've read the stuff on mod_rewrite, hmm looks useful, but I really wanna do this in PHP, mainly because I'd like to test it on my Windows based computer first (Im using FoxServ with Apache installed) and then upload it to the linux servers. Basically, I cant run CGI or Perl I don't think. If anyone knows of how I can test perl or CGI on my Windows based machine, someone please get in touch. Nice one.
"<a href=link.php?Page=Blar>" which means when link.php loads it gives the variable 'Page', the value 'blar'. I get that, but what I need to know now is how to relate this, to displaying the "blar" data and not the rest..... ideas.... please... keep going guys, you're doing me proud so far!!
David - you're right, I read about that "get" variable last night. I know I can put it into a hyperlink, such as: