entering data from backend and outputting on a page
Hi. I am working on an initiative for a "green" not-for-profit. I have a pledge web page with a simple form which will be inputting data from 2 fields. One field will be a checkbox indicating that the user wants to take a pledge. The second filed will be a drop-down indicating their location and storing it into the mySql db.
I need to be able to do bulk updates for people who will be taking the pledge but down have access to a computer. i.e. students in an auditorium. Is there a way that I can manually input that number of "200" in the backend and have it outputted to on the website along with the other pledges collected?
ie. "1700" people have pledged.
Sure. Do you have access to the database? You could run a query manually, use a gui, write a script, etc.
If you provide a little more detail maybe I could be more specific but the simple answer to your question is Yes.
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