Originally Posted by WolfShade
You don't need a checkbox or a form, for that. The link that you have already will do that. The checkbox (in a single form, not one for each) will allow multiple deletes. If you don't want the option of deleting more than one at a time, the form is pretty much useless.
If you insist on having one form for each record, then you need to do something to give each form a unique name and ID; like appending the currentRow to each. That will give each form a unique name and ID. But, again, this will only allow for one delete at a time. Kind of annoying if you have to delete ten or more, to do them one at a time.
I have a primary key in the database that gives it a unique name. That it only goes with one record at a time is the point. do not want to have one of each but only one that goes to everything.
if I do, in this way it works with checkbox
<table width="561" border="1">
<td width="43"><form id="form1" name="form1" method="GET" action="uppdat02.cfm">
<input type="checkbox" name="id" id="YesNow" value="#recTest.AlbID#"/>
<input type="submit" value="Submit" />
but then I get a button in each row.
I want the same funkton in url like this
<a href="uppdate02.cfm?id=(checkbox value)">Uppdatera</a>