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Thread began 8/24/2010 1:48 pm by neilo | Last modified 8/25/2010 9:33 am by neilo | 779 views | 3 replies

neilo

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Hello,

I have a recordset which fetches values from a db, one field of which is 'eventTime' , there is a div (gigTime) which displays the time:

<div class="gigTime" id="GigTime"><?php echo date('g:ia',strtotime($row_calendar['event_time'])); ?></div>

In the database, the time function displays (for example) 09:44:00 - but I have set it to show (for example) 9:44pm.

All is fine, but if no time is entered into the record (i.e. if it is an all-day event) then the time of the gig is shown as 12.00am (or 00:00:00).

So I want to be able to show/hide the div gigTime depending on the eventTime value, i.e. IF the time as returned by the query equals 00:00:00 or 12.00am, then the div should be hidden (and if it doesn't equal 00:00:00 or 12.00am, then it is shown).

I have tried sorting this with the WebAssist 'Show if' server behavior:

<?php
if ("".$row_calendar['event_time'] ."" != "00:00:00") { // WebAssist Show If
?>
<div class="gigTime" id="gigTime"><?php echo date('g:ia',strtotime($row_calendar['event_time'])); ?></div>
<?php
} // ("".$row_calendar['event_time'] ."" != "00:00:00")
?>

I have aslo tried it with 12.00am, and with == instead of != but I can't get it to work.

This is where my tag-line pays off. Advice would be appreciated.

Ta.

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gigs_incl.php.txt

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