php yes no message box

Hi

Can some one tell me how to display yes no message box in php coded  like code below

message box can be javascript

Thanks
if(isset($_GET["action"])) {
		  switch ($_GET["action"]) {
			case "del":

		//here message box "are you want to delete?" and if user click "yes" echo"Delete" if click "no" echo "No Delete"	    

			break;
			
			case "edit":
				
//here same message box for edit 

			break;
		}

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nikola_mkAsked:
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jfromanskiCommented:
Use JavaScript and the method confim(message) on your first page, before calling your php. Eg.
if (confirm(message)){
  submit_request;
} else {
  do_nothing;
}
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hieloCommented:
>>if(isset($_GET["action"]))
Somewhere else you probably have a link or a button. It is THERE that you need to do this, NOT on the php code you are pointing out:

<a href='#' onclick='retrun confirm("Are you sure you want to delete this item?") '>Delete</a>
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ry_berkCommented:
In VBScript ( which will only work in Explorer ) you can try this:
<script language="VBScript">
Dim intAnswer
intAnswer = MsgBox("do you want only YES and NO?", vbYesNoCancel)

If intAnswer = 6 Then
   ' Yes.
ElseIf intanswer = 7 Then
   ' No
Else
   ' Cancel
End If
</script>

Else, you can try to create a modal javascript box to encompass this.
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nikola_mkAuthor Commented:
I use this code but message box did not  appear

            <td> <a  href='?action=del' onCLick='return confirm('Are you SURE you want to delete this record?')'> <img alt='del' src='delete_cell.jpg' title='del'  /> </a>

where I'm wrong?

thanks
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hieloCommented:
you need double quotes around the entire onclick - ex:
onclick=" ... "

The reason you cannot use apostrophes is because your javascript statement already uses apostrophes:
<a  href='?action=del' onclick="return confirm('Are you SURE you want to delete this record?')"> <img alt='del' src='delete_cell.jpg' title='del'  /> </a>

The other way around this is to use double quotes in your javascript and leave the apostrophes in your onclick:

return confirm("Are you SURE you want to delete this record?")

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