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Hi,

When working on my canvas html, I have questions I want to be answered in an input box  on the canvas. Then I want the answers saved to mysql. Can I use canvas with php/mysql?

is this no different then using html with php/mysql?
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Is there a code and data sample you can show us?  If you can post a URL of the page in question it would be helpful to see what you've tried and what's not working yet.  Thanks, ~Ray
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Canvas has nothing to with php/MySQL
If you have a textbox you can position it anywhere on the page, including on top of the canvas.
And on change or submit update your db or do whatever.
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