> When I put the values in using php:
> INSERT INTO $db VALUES($name, $email);
> if there's a primary key that is auto_increment that was entered BEFORE the
> name and email in the data base, will this insert it correctly?
If I get your question, then you have a table with three columns.
One column is an AUTO_INCREMENT.
Then your above INSERT will fail, because you gave not enough infos.
INSERT INTO $db (name,eMail)VALUES($name,$email);
If I misunderstood your question, please rephrase and be _more_ descriptive.