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Repeating Tables

Thread began 4/23/2012 10:12 pm by Paul | Last modified 4/24/2012 7:07 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1165 views | 3 replies |

PaulBeta Tester

Repeating Tables

Using CS5.5

I have applied this the repeating table to my page replacing tables with DIV tags and my images load ok.

I want to wrap the whole thing in an update form and add a radio button so i can change the images show flag field in mysql between 0 and 1. Only one image can have the show flag value as 1, the others must be 0.

The image displayed with a show flag of 1, will have its radio enabled and the other 0.

Any ideas?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

add a form around the repeating table.

add the radio button to each cell, set the value for the radio button to the ID of the image. each radio button should have the same name to create the radio group.

you will need to have 2 update record behaviors on the page.

1) to set all of the records show field to 0. in the update record behavior, set the key column to the show field and set the key value to 1. then in the update section, set it to change the show field to 0.

2) this one will set the show field for the selected image. set the key column to the image ID, set the key value to use the radio group. then in the update section set the value for the show field to 1.

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PaulBeta Tester

Thanks for quick response Jason.

I've attempted the first part, adding the form tags around my repeating DIV (table) and configuring the radio button with the value set to the image index. Thus..

<label class="label_radio" for="radio-01"><input name="PrimeImage" id="PrimeImage" value="<?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicsidx']; ?>" type="radio"  /> Set as Primary</label>

Where the binded value

<?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicsidx']; ?>

is returned from my image recordset.

However, when applied and run, each radio button stays selected as each is clicked on. Not expected behaviour.

I want to get this right before moving onto second part of solution.

Below is the form content

<form  action="" method="post" id="contact-form" class="contactForm">
             <ul id="portfolio-list">
            <?php if ($totalRows_ShowMyPics 0) { // Show if recordset not empty ?>
            <?php do { ?>  <?php
// RepeatSelectionCounter_1 Begin Loop
$RepeatSelectionCounter_1_IterationsRemaining $RepeatSelectionCounter_1_Iterations;
$RepeatSelectionCounterBasedLooping_1 || $row_ShowMyPics){
?><li class="<?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicname']; ?>">
if(TRUE){ // Begin Cached Resized Image: ImageCacheInstance_1334080310087
?><img  src="<?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicfolder']; ?><?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicimagename']; ?>" alt="Click for full photo" width="200" height="200" ><p class="item-title">
echo(getCachedResizedImageHTML(ob_get_clean(), "../../../image_cache""crop"""false));
// End Cached Resized Image: ImageCacheInstance_1334080310087
?><span class="tag-status" style="line-height:20px;"><img  src="../../images/tag-icon.png" alt="" style="width:16px; height:16px;"><?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicname']; ?> [<?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicsidx']; ?>]</span> </br>
<p><?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicimagename']; ?></p>
<div class="overlay"><a href="managepic1.php?PID=<?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicsidx']; ?>"></a>Click to edit</div>
      <div class="colorbox"></div>
      <label class="label_radio" for="radio-01"><input name="PrimeImage" id="PrimeImage" value="<?php echo $row_ShowMyPics['hopicsidx']; ?>" type="radio"  /> Primary</label>
// RepeatSelectionCounter_1 Begin Alternate Content
?><li><?php // RepeatSelectionCounter_1 End Alternate Content
if(!$RepeatSelectionCounterBasedLooping_1 && $RepeatSelectionCounter_1_IterationsRemaining != 0){
$row_ShowMyPics && $RepeatSelectionCounter_1_Iterations == -1){$RepeatSelectionCounter_1_IterationsRemaining 0;}
$row_ShowMyPics mysql_fetch_assoc($ShowMyPics);
// RepeatSelectionCounter_1 End Loop
     <?php } while ($row_ShowMyPics mysql_fetch_assoc($ShowMyPics)); ?>
              <?php // Show if recordset not empty ?>

The form as you will notice isnt set to do anything for this issue. It also uses WA Image resizer, but I'm not aware thats affecting anything.

Any ideas why I'm getting this behaviour?

Thanks, Paul

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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