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Pagination buttons not working on data assist results page

Thread began 3/24/2017 12:03 pm by larry268887 | Last modified 3/24/2017 3:22 pm by Ray Borduin | 123 views | 6 replies |

larry268887

Pagination buttons not working on data assist results page

On my results page the pagination buttons aren't working properly. When you click the button to go to the next page it says that no results are found.
I have two questions:
1. Did I do something wrong when generating the page?
2. How do I correct this.

Here is my results page.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

In the future, please attach the page directly rather than cutting and pasting its content since I have to recreate the page anyway in order to view it in Dreamweaver.

Do you have a live URL where I can see the problem?

One thing that stands out is that your links look like:
onclick="document.location.href='plugins/plugins/<?php printf("%s?pageNum_WADAproducts=%d%s", $currentPage, max(0, $pageNum_WADAproducts - 1), $queryString_WADAproducts); ?>';"

I think the 'plugins/' was added when you did a save as and probably shouldn't be there. However that doesn't really answer the question of the error you are getting. I'd like to look at the page live.

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larry268887

Here is the URL http://www.elvisyorkshireterrier.com/elvisadmin/insert-puppies.php

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It looks like some code is out of order.

Lines 67-83 should be below the recordset.. so after line 197 just before the <!doctype> tag.

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larry268887

Sorry wrong URL

Should be:
http://www.elvisyorkshireterrier.com/elvisadmin/puppies_results.php?ProdId=&ProdName=&DogSex=Female&DogOwner=&color=&Search=Search

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larry268887

That solved the problem.
The next question is why was the code generated that way and what can I do so it doesn't generate that code again?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Dreamweaver is notorious for occasionally putting code in the wrong spot. I don't think it was anything you did specifically or could avoid. It probably wouldn't happen consistently.

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