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  1. I would write it like this using IN or rather in this case NOT IN: AND (college NOT IN ('Wabash','DePauw')) Does that give you what you are after? I find it a lot easier to read. Hope that helps, Jon
  2. What code did you try to use to hide the form? I can't see it looking quickly. If you are using JQuery you should be able to easily hide the form with .hide(), referencing the form by it's id attribute: $("#registration").hide();
  3. Can you describe your proposed use case for the schema? When I see multiple tables that appear to have the same definition, they look redundant to me. If you need a table4, table5 you will just add them in the future? You can combine all these in one table for example: table_combined with a column to indicate a different type (values 1, 2, 3) and 4, 5, 6... etc if required in the future.
  4. It looks like the comma is added here: $subdivision = $_GET['LM_Char25_4'] . ", "; Try changing that to this: $subdivision = $_GET['LM_Char25_4']; Hope that helps, Jon
  5. A quick google search for "php word library" will give you some options. In my experience any library I've tried hasn't worked well and we've reverted to creating PDF's instead of Word Documents.
  6. Hi, You should be able to use a something like SimpleHTMLDom to grab the data, I've used it on various sites: http://simplehtmldom.sourceforge.net/manual.htm Hope that helps, Jon
  7. Hi karmadorji, Have you checked out some of the CI tutorials, for example: http://www.codeigniter.com/userguide3/tutorial/create_news_items.html Hope that helps, Jon
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