Once you get the data into an array (such as $results), you can do another query and just intepolate the variables in there.
Is that what you were asking? There's no special way to do it other than what I just said, if I understood your question correctly.
How would you do that?
$dbh = mysql_pconnect(...);
$qry = mysql_query("select..."); // must only return one row
$results = mysql_fetch_array($qry);
$qry = mysql_query("insert ".$results['hi']."etc etc etc");
Do you want more of a description?
Yes.....sorrta.....i am very new to PHP and MySQL
Going through my code line by line...
Connect to the DB with a persistent connection so it will last longer. (you need to fill this in)
Select the mysql db named ".." (you need to fill this in)
Run a select query (you need to fill this in)
Assign $results to the returned array
Select the DB to insert to
Do the insert query with interpolated variables.
The correct syntax for the "INSERT ..." is
INSERT INTO dbase SET field1='value1', field2='value2'
so change the line in your script into
ChrisCode:$sql = "INSERT INTO subcategory SET ".
I just have no idea how to incorporate this into my code, using the select box, text area and text input box?