Type: Posts; User: Natdrip
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What are you running php with?
inorder to do what you want your delete button will need to hold the node value
$i and also need to be type submit
<input type='submit' value='delete[$i]' name='Delete' />
you may want to look up php form handeling checkbox
then you'll need to need to add to you link table with an : insert
is there a redirect in play?
You don't have anything here to do with a database.
you'll need to create a DB
add an insert statement
you should insert a file location and file name
Can I see your folder structure.
Depends on how you are returning the data from the server
One of the common ways to do this is to return a json object
then you can loop through the object and do what you need
this should get you started
make sure you have the needed jquery library
you need to figure out the ajax calls for your self
<!DOCTYPE html >
put this on your page
see what happens
look at the
"upload/" . $_FILES["file"]["name"]);
Please explain what you have and what you are trying to accomplish.
Add your code.
Let me see if I have this right:
I am a seller
I select car from category
then I select car model
Next I select the options for the car
Last I save
I would use a link table
make sure this file exists:
okay so here is a simple test I did and it passed
I notice you don't have a title
here is a sample
make sure your folder structure
I would suggest netbeans, or aptana.
here is a similar post
I found this thread it may have your answer
Just use this
//if found a match return
//if not then process
form action is = post
Don't use $_GET
rename your submit button to 'submitted' as 'submit' is a reserved word
try this 1 for true 0 for false
$pattern = "/\<a.*href=\"|\'(.*?)\"|\'.*?\>(.*)\<\/a\>+/i";