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  1. Hi all, I find myself in need again on PHP coding and the support last time was outstanding (no creeping here) so I am trying my luck again! I am trying to use a HREF link (lots of individual ones) to search a Mysql database and return the results in a PHP page. Example of HREF links on the page are here: https://flighteducation.co.uk/Create.html and in theory you click a career and it 'gets' and 'shows' the data from the database here: https://flighteducation.co.uk/Careers.php so, you click the 'Animator' link ->it goes to my database and drags back all the data to the Careers.php page So far this is what I have managed to not get right: HTML (screen shot added/attached Links.png) <a href="Careers Results.php?jobTitle=Animator"> PHP $id = $_GET['jobTitle']; if( (int)$id == $id && (int)$id > 0 ) { $link = mysqli_connect('localhost','MYUSERNAME','MYPASSWORD','MYDATABASE'); // Connect to Database if (!$link) { die('Could not connect: ' . mysqli_connect_error()); } $sql='SELECT * FROM careers WHERE jobTitle=' .$id; $result = mysqli_query($link,$sql); $row = mysqli_fetch_array($result); echo $row['jobTitle']; echo $row['jobDescription']; } else { echo "Record NOT FOUND"; } Up to now the code returns "Record NOT FOUND" so it is passing through the php to the end. I am new to PHP and trying to get my head around it all, and in theory this is the kind php code that I should be looking at, but I am still very new to it!! Any help or advice very much appreciated again!!! Thanks
  2. I have 'launched' an iframe from index.php. Index.php defines: <title>Admin Panels</title>. Within this iframe I access other pages with onClick. The function called looks like: function adminPanelRedirect(gotoHere) { switch (gotoHere) { .... document.location.href='http://news/administration/adminpanel3.php'; How can I change the title to 'Panel 3'. I've tried various DOM paths with window. and document. but I can't seem to get it done. window.frameElement.title returns the current one, but I can't change it. I don't want to use jQuery. Thanks.
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