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How to duplicate a record in MySQL using PHP

Thread began 6/22/2015 1:49 pm by Daniel | Last modified 6/29/2015 4:08 pm by Daniel | 769 views | 14 replies


Editing the CSS code worked to create the "duplicate" button.

The duplicate button looks and works great! You can check it out if you'd like. This is a great solution!

The one other problem I'm having is that the really nice "Search" button and the "Navigation" buttons that are generated by Webassist look great in Foxpro and in Google Chrome. I used the "Sharp" theme and they were a nice red. I believe this is some sort of Javascript. But I had to change them to just a flat color because in Internet Explorer they were a light gray with white lettering and no one could see them! I didn't realize that because I never use Internet Explorer. I should have thought to test it!

Additionally, I'd like to add a Geographic search and component to my website... for example, be able to search for event within a particular range of mileage. Does Webassist have any function like that or should I look elsewhere?

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