add <a href> function to returned query

  cspgsl 13:32 27 Jan 06

I have a query returning items from a list:

$query = " SELECT question ";
$query .= " FROM master ";
$query .= " WHERE (category = 'personal') ";
$query .= " AND (area = 'employ')";
// execute query

The above returns 10 questions related to employment from a personal list of +/- 50 questions.
Once the list is returned I want the user to be able to click on any one of the questions that is returned and have the answer for that question returned.
Because of the potential length of the list of questions and the length of some of the answers to the questions it is not practical to have all questions and answers open at the same time.
Is what I'm describing possible? (I figure that if I have thought of it, there is every liklihood that it must have been done before)

  Totally-braindead 13:36 27 Jan 06

What you've posted makes absolutely no sense to me. Is this a Webdesign question or something?

  cspgsl 13:38 27 Jan 06

It's a php question

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