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    Alright guys

    I have spoken to my different coder and they tell me that I should use some sort of java/javascript...

    I am using a membership script. I would like to modify the add categories page.. At the moment it only allows me to do create a main category.. I would like to change this to be able to add sub categories..

    I have create the extra tables on my db.. But now I need to know how to link them together and what javascript script would you recommend...??

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    Javascript can't access dbs - PHP can...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nile View Post
    Javascript can't access dbs - PHP can...
    So what have people be talking about then?? Now I am confused

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    I dont know - can you explain your project just like you explained it to them. Maybe I can understand what they're trying to lead you towards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nile View Post
    I dont know - can you explain your project just like you explained it to them. Maybe I can understand what they're trying to lead you towards.
    Sure...

    I am using a membership script.. Under admin setting there is a section where I am allowed to add categories to the site.. At the moment the standard format only allows me to add a parent/main category.

    I would like this to be changed so that I am able to sub categories to the parent/main categories if I so wish..

    So that I can have this format

    2010 (main)
    mar (sub)
    feb (sub)

    I have been told that I need to create a new table on the db, lets called it subcategories so that I can store the sub categories information..

    Also because I wish to be able to choose multiple categories when I am adding a product to the site, I will need to create another table, called subtrack, to track all the categories..

    I have created both tables, with the information that I have been told to..

    Now I am onto the stage where I need to link them altogether and then to display it on the add categories page..

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    Nope... that would definitely be PHP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nile View Post
    Nope... that would definitely be PHP
    I dont suppose you know any? lol

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    I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nile View Post
    I do.
    Could You Help?

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    Haha - sure. This seems like a big project. How about you send me an email?
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