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Thread began 7/25/2014 7:29 am by Jamie | Last modified 7/29/2014 3:48 am by Jamie | 1332 views | 10 replies |

Jamie

mysqli syntax

Hey Jason

Am trying to convert

<?php
$_GET["GalleryContent"] = "gallery_".$row_PageContents['ProductContentsID'];

$colname_Gallery = "-1";
if (isset($_GET['GalleryContent'])) {
$colname_Gallery = $_GET['GalleryContent'];
}
mysql_select_db($database_PowerCMSConnection, $PowerCMSConnection);
$query_Gallery = sprintf("SELECT * FROM gallery WHERE GalleryPage = %s ORDER BY GalleryOrder ASC", GetSQLValueString($colname_Gallery, "text"));
$Gallery = mysql_query($query_Gallery, $PowerCMSConnection) or die(mysql_error());
$row_Gallery = mysql_fetch_assoc($Gallery);
$totalRows_Gallery = mysql_num_rows($Gallery);
?>



into mysqli

So far I have managed to put together

<?php
$Gallery = new WA_MySQLi_RS("Gallery",$DBConnection,1);
$Gallery->setQuery("SELECT * FROM gallery WHERE GalleryPage = ? ORDER BY GalleryOrder ASC");
$Gallery->bindParam("s", "".$_GET['GalleryContent'] ."", "-1"); //colname
$Gallery->execute();
?>



I just dont know how (or where) the mysql line $_GET["GalleryContent"] = "gallery_".$row_PageContents['ProductContentsID']; gets added in the mysqli

cheers

Jamie

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Just like in the old MySQL recordset, that line should be added at the begining, just after the opening php tag.

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Jamie

thanks Jason

I have put that there but I am getting the error: Notice: Undefined variable: row_PageContents in C:\xampp\htdocs\lestudiom\interiors-results.php on line 12

Have attached the file so you cn see the RS.

Just to give you the overview, in the database, I have 2 tables product_contents and gallery

In the backend, when adding an entry to the product_contents you have the option of adding a gallery that is associated with that entry.

If the gallery is created it takes the ProductContentsID column from product_contents and appends it with "gallery_" and adds it to the column GalleryPage in the gallery table

So in the front end, my pages are interiors.php which displays a list of entries from the product_contents table which link, using mod_rewrite, to the interiors-results.php which displays the gallery images that are associated with the ProductContentsID column from the product_contents table

But on the results page (interiors-results.php) I am getting the above error

I hope that that makes sense.....

Jamie

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

try this instead:

$_GET["GalleryContent"] = "gallery_".$PageContents->getColumnVal("ProductContentsID");

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Jamie

as ever, you da man! thanks that works perfectly

btw, if i were to add image 3 of 10, I can do the of 10 (of <?php echo $Gallery->TotalRows ?>), but how would I do the bit which says which image number it is?

oh and another btw, the query builder is amazing! thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you would need to hand code a counter.

just before the repeat region for the gallery recordset:
<?php $imgCount = 1; ?>

then inside the repeat where you wan to show the count:

<?php
echo("".$imgCount." of ".$Gallery->TotalRows."");
$imgCount++;
?>

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Jamie

thanks Jason but the problem is that the jquery that I am using to run the slideshow is placing the scrolling nav points that make them outside of the repeat region. Have tried multiple ways of including them within the repeat region but it stops the slideshow from working.

have added the file and below is the script if that helps

<script type="text/javascript">

$(document).ready(function(){
$('.sp').first().addClass('active');
$('.sp').hide();
$('.active').show();

$('#button-next').click(function(){

$('.active').removeClass('active').addClass('oldActive');
if ( $('.oldActive').is(':last-child')) {
$('.sp').first().addClass('active');
}
else{
$('.oldActive').next().addClass('active');
}
$('.oldActive').removeClass('oldActive');
$('.sp').fadeOut();
$('.active').fadeIn();


});

$('#button-previous').click(function(){
$('.active').removeClass('active').addClass('oldActive');
if ( $('.oldActive').is(':first-child')) {
$('.sp').last().addClass('active');
}
else{
$('.oldActive').prev().addClass('active');
}
$('.oldActive').removeClass('oldActive');
$('.sp').fadeOut();
$('.active').fadeIn();
});



});
</script>



cheers

Jamie

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

i dont follow, it looks like the gallery repeat region is here:

<?php
while(!$Gallery->atEnd()) {
?>
<div class="sp"> <img src="images/gallery/<?php echo($Gallery->getColumnVal("GalleryImage")); ?>" width="500"> </div>
<?php
$Gallery->moveNext();
}
$Gallery->moveFirst(); //return RS to first record
?>




add the code for counter loop there.

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Jamie

I am trying to put the counter loop in this portion of code

<div id="nav"></div>
<div id="button-previous" class="buttons" style="cursor: pointer;"><<</div>
<div class="buttons" style="float: left; margin-right:20px;"> of <?php echo $Gallery->TotalRows ?> </div>
<div id="button-next" class="buttons" style="cursor: pointer;">>></div>



I have tried placing that within the recordset but it stops the << and >> from working as navigation points for the slideshow

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

To show the image number in the navigation will take custom coding in your gallery javascript

we can help with this in a premiere support appointment:
http://www.webassist.com/premier_request.php

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