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well seeing that each querie is also something like an array.
It's not just one result the querie is returning. It's collection of rows.
Since normally you refer to it's rows in a foreach loop
Alright thanks, and the $value would be the number of each row on the array?
So something like this?
I've presented the query I'd be using.
Yes it's got shortcut functions that wordpress created.
$seasonCount = '6';
$sArray = array();
hmmm... can I ask what that might look like. I'm still a bit amature with php. Just started teaching it to myself about a month ago.
I'm not sure, but I thought there was a way to rename variables and/or change them to create additional variables.
Can someone enlighten me?
lets say I grab a query that says the maximum of the...
Alright thanks for the knowledge. I guess I'll just have to run several simular queries at the start for each button.
Thanks again, it was just what I needed to know.
Is there no way to run php twice?
lets say in php
$a = '1';
I have a set of buttons (1) (2)
I click (2), the onclick some how changes $a to '2'.
Is there a...
Actually I figured out the problem without any help.
iExplorer couldn't read ".childElementCount"
I just replaced it with ".childNodes.length" if it showed up null.
My function is now completely...
Anyone else? I've been reading that innerHTML is suposed to work in iexplorer..
It shows perfectly in Safari and firefox.
var A is simply a div that may contain <span></span> tags.
This function counts the span tags, and creates buttons to match the number of span tags that...