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PHP generally does not write any HTML for you, so you'll have to start doing that yourself. And then, you can add PHP in the places you want to add something dynamic.

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PHP generally does not write any HTML for you, so you'll have to start doing that yourself. And then, you can add PHP in the places you want to add something dynamic.

man i know that thing
but and i have to call array
the list of courses..in an array.. and when one gets clicked..u'll record the array number.. and store it in a temporary variable..and while loading the new page..u'll just put a textbox = temp variable..

thats what i need
and by the way i'm using adobe dreamweaver cs5 so its really easy but i don't know the code yet

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