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imgrooot last won the day on May 16 2018

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  1. So based on what you said, here's the full query. $find_likes = $db->prepare("SELECT COUNT(*) as likes FROM products p JOIN product_likes pl USING (product_id) WHERE p.user_id = :user_id"); $find_likes->bindParam(':user_id', $my_user_id); $find_likes->execute(); $get_likes = $find_likes->fetchColumn(); echo $get_likes; Seems to work fine now. Thanks.
  2. It's late and I'm not thinking straight. I'm posting this question. Hopefully I get a reply in the morning. I have two tables. TABLE 1 - PRODUCTS TABLE 2 - LIKES I am a User who has posted these products. I want to find out ALL the Likes I have received for all my products. Here is my code. $find_products = $db->prepare("SELECT product_id FROM products WHERE user_id = :user_id"); $find_products->bindParam(':user_id', $my_user_id); $find_products->execute(); $result_products = $find_products->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_products) > 0) { foreach($result_products as $row) { $product_id = $row['product_id']; $find_likes = $db->prepare("SELECT like_id FROM product_likes WHERE product_id = :product_id"); $find_likes->bindParam(':product_id', $product_id); $find_likes->execute(); $result_likes = $find_likes->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_likes) > 0) { $get_likes = 0; foreach($result_likes as $row) { $get_likes++; } } } } The issue with the above code is that It only shows the Likes if I echo inside the foreach loop. And it'll show combined Likes from each of my products. But I want to actually combine ALL the Likes from ALL the products and be able show them as a single number, outside of the foreach loop. How do I do that?
  3. Tried your way and it didn't work. Tried it this way and it works. $diff->format("%a days");
  4. So this is a simple code that finds out the difference between two dates and displays it in number of days. $date1=date_create("2013-03-15"); $date2=date_create("2013-12-12"); $diff=date_diff($date1,$date2); echo $diff->format("%R%a days"); // RESULT +272 days My first question. Is it possible to remove the + sign in the result above? Second question. Is it possible to show "months" if it's greater than 30 days? And years if the days are greater than 365? How would I do this?
  5. Not sure what you mean. But here is another version of the code. This seems to work fine. $contest_id = 5; $category_id = 8; $find_entries = $db->prepare("SELECT entry_id, user_id, votes FROM contest_entries WHERE contest_id = :contest_id AND category_id = :category_id AND e_status = :e_status AND votes > :votes ORDER BY votes DESC LIMIT 1"); $find_entries->bindParam(':contest_id', $contest_id); $find_entries->bindParam(':category_id', $category_id); $find_entries->bindValue(':e_status', 0); $find_entries->bindValue(':votes', 0); $find_entries->execute(); $result_entries = $find_entries->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_entries) > 0) { foreach($result_entries as $row) { $entry_id = $row['entry_id']; $user_id = $row['user_id']; $votes = $row['votes']; } echo $entry_id; } else { echo 'nothing'; }
  6. The issue I'm having is that this query won't find a max value record if it has less than 5 votes. It'll only show the results of an entry has 5 or greater votes. Why is that? $contest_id = 5; $category_id = 8; $find_entries = $db->prepare("SELECT entry_id, user_id, votes FROM contest_entries WHERE contest_id = :contest_id AND category_id = :category_id AND e_status = :e_status AND votes = (SELECT MAX(votes) FROM contest_entries) LIMIT 1"); $find_entries->bindParam(':contest_id', $contest_id); $find_entries->bindParam(':category_id', $category_id); $find_entries->bindValue(':e_status', 0); $find_entries->execute(); $result_entries = $find_entries->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_entries) > 0) { foreach($result_entries as $row) { $entry_id = $row['entry_id']; $user_id = $row['user_id']; $votes = $row['votes']; } echo $entry_id; } else { echo 'nothing'; }
  7. Ah yes this is a better solution. I've tested it and it works. Thanks.
  8. Well...that was simple and a quick fix. Works now. Thank you.
  9. I have a simply query where I want show how many unique contests are there. So if I have 100 entries in a single contest, then each entry row will have the same contest id in this example. So even though there are 100 entries, they all belong to the same contest id. That means the echo of $total_contests should be 1. But instead I am getting the same count as the entry rows, which is 100. What am I doing wrong? $global_user_id = 1; $count_contests = $db->prepare("SELECT COUNT(*) FROM entries WHERE user_id = :user_id GROUP BY contest_id"); $count_contests->bindParam(':user_id', $global_user_id); $count_contests->execute(); $total_contests = $count_contests->fetchColumn(); echo $total_contests;
  10. I should also mention that I was trying to make the grayed out disabled text into black color. Which is why it wasn't working for me. Seems like I can color the text any other color except black.
  11. Never mind. I was able to do it using this method. option:disabled { color: red; }
  12. I want to change the color of an option that's disabled. By default it's showing grey. <option disabled="true" class="disabled">Heading One</option> I tried using the "disabled" class to change the color but it doesn't work. But for some reason I can change it's size. Is there a way around this that would work in all browsers?
  13. I just looked those errors up and they have something to do with AdBlocker extension I have installed on the browser. I disabled the AdBlocker extension on that page and reloaded it. Now all the errors are gone. Which is great news.
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