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mySQLi Repeat Selection

Thread began 6/01/2016 2:51 pm by iain331081 | Last modified 6/01/2016 11:58 pm by iain331081 | 196 views | 2 replies


mySQLi Repeat Selection

I have a page here that isn't using mySQLi, which includes a Repeat Selection to display the Featured Safari Lodges in the two rows of images;

I am looking at updating the page to use mySQLi, and have it working for the tabular list of properties below, under the heading Other Safari Properties in Botswana.

Can I use the MySQLi behaviours to update the repeat Selection to mySQLi code?

If not, and its something that will be coming in the DataBridge update, would it be something we could look at in some Premium Support?

I am trying to tick off a few things that are quite pressing now, so happy to pay for some Premium Support to get some of these looked at.

I have attached the page I'm working on.

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