I have created a “Back Office” where users can update their personal information. On the “Update Address” page, I pre-populate the fields with information currently in the database. I am running into a problem with the “State” drop-down list. I would like to display the one from the database, but also have the entire list available in the drop down if they need to change it. I know how to indicate this via html by coding (selected=“selected”) for the item I want to display as selected on initial load. How can I do with with php? I tried saying value = <?php echo $row........; ?> and that displayed the value from the database correctly when the page loaded. But, if I change the state to something else and click the “Update” button, the form re-displays (because I am not re-directing them to any other pages after a successful update) and the “old” state selection is still selected in the drop down. If I relead the page, the “new” state displays correctly from the database. Any help is GREATLY appreciated.