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Multiple checkbox update

Thread began 6/02/2010 6:28 am by georgina_barrett_187762 | Last modified 3/07/2011 10:37 am by georgina_barrett_187762 | 8051 views | 30 replies

Eric Mittman

Ok, thanks for the details, that was exactly what I needed to look into this further. After testing the page I can see that the problem is the way that the first checkbox is written to the page when it should show as checked. It was combining the input and checked together making a new tag. To fix this I added a space to the printing of the checked attribute.

Update line 478 on this page to be like this:

<input<?php do { ?><?php if (!(strcmp($row_otheramenities['Ref'],$row_otherdisplay['amenitiesID']))) {echo " checked=\"checked\"";} ?>

I added the space after the double quote in the echo. Please test this out and let us know if it is working as it should be. If so we can move onto the next issue.

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