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Two recordsets on one page - how to restrict one of those to not display the results shown in the other?

Thread began 6/25/2015 12:16 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 6/29/2015 2:08 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 908 views | 6 replies


Hi Nathon - I am certainly no PHP expert, and would have found this solution on a forum, if not from Ray or Jason here.

Ray's solution is probably more elegant, and you might have got that working now.

But I think this is still what you are trying to do - maybe 'prominence' was a bad choice of word, but the idea seems the same, i.e. you are splitting the records into more than one group, based on a date.

So in my example, the most recent record appears on one place, the next few by date in another section etc.

I have attached a stripped down version of the page below, which has the code in the header with the SQL query, and the HTML / PHP in the body showing the sections.

Hopefully from that, or from Ray's solution you get it working as you would like.

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