Creating an IE-Only Database Driven Menu System With PHP, MySQL and DHTML
Web pages are very flexible, and are used in more places than just the Internet. In this article, Annette will teach us how to create a PHP/DHTML driven menu system that uses MySQL to store its menu headings and items.
Creating an IE-Only Database Driven Menu System With PHP, MySQL and DHTML (Page 1 of 5 )
Today, web pages are very flexible, and are used in more places than just the Internet. Many corporations use web pages to create an easily updateable intranet without the hassle of software deployment, bug fixes, etc that come with installing a typical desktop application. Most corporate intranets are created to take full advantage of the built-in scripting and DHTML capabilities of Microsoft Internet Explorer.
To test the source code for this article (downloadable from the last page), you should have either a Windows 2000, Linux, or Unix server setup to run PHP. This server should also have the latest version of MySQL installed.