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  1. #11
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    The user for the website doesn't have many permisions on the site. Actualy, nothing more then read or add records
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  2. #12
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    I thought to start a new thread, but hope someone'll read the question here. If not. I'll repost it.

    Could you help me with the next code:

    <?php

    require ("Functions.php");

    #geting the destinations
    $link = Connect();

    $destinations_query = "SELECT * FROM destinations
    WHERE Held_In_Destination > 1";

    $destinations_result = mysqli_query($link, $destinations_query);

    #creating a form containing a destination list.
    #The form will pass on a destination ID to the next form
    #that shows hotels in the area.

    echo "<form action='MakeAnOrder.php' method='POST'>

    <strong>Select Your Destination</strong>
    <select name='Destination_Name'>\n";

    while ($destinations_row = mysqli_fetch_array($destinations_result))
    {

    extract ($destinations_row);
    echo"<option value = '$Destination_Name'>$Destination_Name\n";

    }


    echo"</select>\n";
    echo "<input type = 'submit' value = 'Select'>
    </form>\n";


    #Selecting a hotel

    $hotels = Hotels(isset($_POST['$Destination_ID']));

    echo "<form action='MakeAnOrder.php' method='POST' >

    <strong>Select a Hotel</strong>
    <select name='Hotel_Name'>\n";

    while ($hotels_row = mysqli_fetch_array($hotels))
    {

    extract ($hotels_row);
    echo"<option value = '$Hotel_Name'>$Hotel_Name\n";

    }

    echo"</select>\n";
    echo "<input type = 'submit' value = 'Select'>
    </form>\n";

    ?>



    I am trying to influence the output of the second form by the users choice in the first one. Both are based in the same page.
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