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  1. I am trying to create a full Scoreboard like the on the EPSN website. (The Red bar that shows the daily scores). So i created a DB called "scoreDB" I have like 30 sample scores in there. What i want to create is a set of DIVS that will display the scores from the DB entries and refresh the scores every 10 seconds or so. Righ now i can display the last score entered from the DB. But i can't make it change automaticly. So I started to think and I creted a Java scrip timer(see below) My Issue i cant figure out how to make it work Button line i want a divs that will diplay one score at a time and refresh every 10 seconds or so and display the next available record until it shows the last 10 and start diplaying the laters entry again. I will love to hear your sugestions or soluctions. One DIV Sample below <div class="score1" id="score1"> <?php mysql_select_db(scoredb) or die ("Couldn't not find DB"); $query = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM results ORDER BY IDResults DESC 1 "); while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($query)) { $player1 = $row ["Player1"]; $score1 = $row ["Score1"]; $player2 = $row ["Player2"]; $score2 = $row ["Score2"]; echo $player1" . " " . $scr1 . " " . " " . " - " . " " . $player2" . " " . $scr2 ; } ?> </div> <br></br> <script type="text/javascript" src="jQuery.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> function countDown(secs, elem){ var element = document.getElementById(elem); element.innerHTML = "Please wait for "+secs+" seconds"; if(secs <1){ clearTimeout(timer); element.innerHTML = '<h2>Tournament is now Open!</h2>'; element.innerHTML += '<a href="#"> Click here now</a>'; } secs--; var timer = setTimeout('countDown('+secs+',"'+elem+'")',1000); } </script> <div id="status"></div> <script type="text/javascript"> countDown(10,"status");</script> <p></p>
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