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Incorporating select box with multiple selections

Thread began 5/13/2011 10:23 am by admin140217 | Last modified 5/17/2011 9:40 am by admin140217 | 2457 views | 11 replies


Not quite there

Thanks again Jason,

I still have a problem, when it writes to the database in the column assigned (InterestedIn) it is writing the word Array to the database, here is a portion of the code:

Checkout page where the form is located:

<select name="InterestedIn[]" id="InterestedIn" multiple="multiple" size="4">
<option value="DNO">Dad's Night Out</option>
<option value="Meet and Greet">Meet and Greet</option>
<option value="Friday Activity TBD">Friday Activity TBD</option>
<option value="All Activities">All Activities</option>

In the confirm.php page:

<input type="hidden" name="InterestedIn" value="<?php echo isset($_POST['InterestedIn'])?implode(", ",$_POST['InterestedIn']):""; ?>" />

I'm guessing I don't have something defined properly. In the post statement, is this where I would define the option like so:

php echo isset($_POST['DNO'])?implode

I am not receiving an error in the process.

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