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Thread began 2/19/2009 9:03 pm by Jason Byrnes | Last modified 8/26/2013 8:08 am by Jason Byrnes | 16475 views | 25 replies


Yes. I should have mentioned that I had been trying to do it that way but have been struggling to figure out the checkbox search feature.

In my DA Search Wizard help, when I get to the part where it mentions some kind of an issue in PHP that pertain to checkboxes, my help has a broken link or something.

But even before that, I am having trouble understanding what to bind the checkbox to, so that I can select multiple checkboxes and return all of them that are checked to a second page.

DA is a great extension but the search wizard is difficult for me to understand. The text and list option was pretty straight forward, but the checkbox isn't making sense to me. Are there any further tutorials or docs. on the search checkbox feature?


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