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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2013

    PHP Color coding help

    I need to have words flagged with color here is my code how can I have both failed and Cancelled show up red.

    if($num_sched_adj > '0')
    echo '</ul><table class="data">
    <th style="width:5%">SMS </th>
    <th style="width:5%">Time </th>
    <th style="width:40%">Group </th>
    <th style="width:40%">Job </th>
    <th style="width:10%">Status </th>

    WHILE($row4 = MYSQL_FETCH_ARRAY($sched_adjresult))
    $date_start = $row4['date_start'];
    $ticket = $row4['ticket'];
    $time_start = SUBSTR($row4['time_start'], 0, 5);
    $group_Name = $row4['Group_Name'];
    $job_Name = STR_REPLACE(',', '<br/>',$row4['Job_Name']);
    $adjstatus = $row4['status'];
    $altcolor = $altcolor == 'rowcolor2' ? 'rowcolor1' : 'rowcolor2';
    $statuscolor = $adjstatus == 'Failed' ? '#C12603' : '#01C425';
    $statuscolor = $adjstatus == 'Cancelled' ? '#C12603' : '#01C425';

    echo '<tr class="'.$altcolor.'">
    <td class="text_center">'.$ticket.'</td>
    <td class="text_center">'.$time_start.'</td>
    <td class="text_left">'.$group_Name.'</td>
    <td class="text_left">'.$job_Name.'</td>
    <td class="text_center" style="background-color:'.$statuscolor.'">'.$adjstatus.'</td>

    echo '</table>';
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2006
    the netherlands
    Either use the logical OR operator to merge your two ternary statements or use, for example, something like http://php.net/manual/en/function.in-array.php

    Also, your posts are much easier to read if you use punctuations and capitals to indicate where one sentence stops and the next begins and if you use
    PHP Code:
    <?php echo "colour coding in your code examples"?>

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