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  1. There are two parts to my question. Part 1. I have a form. You know when you submit a form and if there is an error, the form will reset the input values unless you have the them "selected"? Well I have an issue with one of those inputs. Here is the code. For some reason the input value doesn't get selected on form reset. It inserts to the database fine. <fieldset> <label>Expiry Date</label> <select name="expiry_date"> <?php $date = date('Y-m-d H:i:s'); $expiry_1 = date("Y-m-d H:i:s", strtotime("$date + 1 week")); $expiry_2 = date("Y-m-d H:i:s", strtotime("$date + 2 weeks")); ?> <option value="0">Expires In</option> <option value="<?php echo $expiry_1; ?>" <?php if(empty($_POST['expiry_date'])) {} else { if($_POST['expiry_date'] == $expiry_1) { echo 'selected'; } } ?> >1 week</option> <option value="<?php echo $expiry_2; ?>" <?php if(empty($_POST['expiry_date'])) {} else { if($_POST['expiry_date'] == $expiry_1) { echo 'selected'; } } ?> >2 weeks</option> </select> </fieldset> This is another example of select drop down. But this one below works fine. // this select option's input values get selected on form reset. <fieldset> <label>City</label> <select name="city_id"> <option value="0">Select City</option> <?php $get_city = $db->prepare("SELECT city_id, city_name FROM cities WHERE city_id > :city_id"); $get_city->bindValue(':city_id', 0); $get_city->execute(); $result_city = $get_city->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_city) > 0){ foreach($result_city as $row) { $get_city_id = intval($row['city_id']); $get_city_name = $row['city_name']; ?><option value="<?php echo $get_city_id; ?>" <?php if(empty($_POST['city_id'])) {} else { if($_POST['city_id'] == $get_city_id) { echo 'selected'; } } ?> ><?php echo $get_city_name; ?></option><?php } } else {} ?> </select> </fieldset> Part 2. This relates to my previous topic. I am trying to do the same thing as above, which is show input values on form reset. But this is slightly more complicated as it is an array. Looking at the code, you can see that you can add more fields through jquery. That all works. Inserting their values from multiple groups of fields into the db also works fine. But once again, if the form resets or submits, only the 1st group of fields show the selected values in the input fields. The 2nd or 3rd group of fields generated through the jquery disappear after submit. But again, their values do insert into the db fine. Here's the html and jquery code. <div id="options-parent"> <h2>Add Options</h2> <button class="add_field_button">Add More Fields</button> <div class="options-child-row"> <div class="option-float"> <label>Quantity</label> <input type="number" name="option_quantity[]" multiple min="1" max="1000000" step="1" value="<?php if(!empty($_POST['option_quantity'])) { echo $_POST['option_quantity'][0]; } else {}; ?>" /> </div> <div class="option-float"> <label>Retail Price</label> <input type="number" name="option_retail_price[]" multiple min="5" max="1000000" step="1" value="<?php if(!empty($_POST['option_retail_price'])) { echo $_POST['option_retail_price'][0]; } else {}; ?>" /> </div> <div class="option-float"> <label>Discount Price</label> <input type="number" name="option_discount_price[]" multiple min="1" max="1000000" step="1" value="<?php if(!empty($_POST['option_discount_price'])) { echo $_POST['option_discount_price'][0]; } else {}; ?>" /> </div> </div> </div> <script> $(document).ready(function() { var max_fields = 20; //maximum input boxes allowed var wrapper = $("#options-parent"); //Fields wrapper var add_button = $(".add_field_button"); //Add button ID var x = 1; //initlal text box count $(add_button).click(function(e){ //on add input button click e.preventDefault(); if(x < max_fields){ //max input box allowed x++; //text box increment $(wrapper).append( '<div class="options-child-row">'+ '<div class="option-float">'+ '<label>Quantity</label>'+ '<input type="number" name="option_quantity[]" min="1" max="1000000" step="10" value="" />'+ '</div>'+ '<div class="option-float">'+ '<label>Retail Price</label>'+ '<input type="number" name="option_retail_price[]" min="1" max="1000000" step="10" value="" />'+ '</div>'+ '<div class="option-float">'+ '<label>Discount Price</label>'+ '<input type="number" name="option_discount_price[]" min="1" max="1000000" step="10" value="" />'+ '</div>'+ '</div>' ); //add input box } }); $(wrapper).on("click",".remove_field", function(e){ //user click on remove text e.preventDefault(); $(this).parent('.options-child-row').remove(); x--; }) }); </script> What do you think?
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