Php xml updating
Also I have used your class in the past and it worked fine.
I couldn't have added the twitter feed nearly as easily without this code.
So when you click button submit, the program shows the form with previous data first and then, saves 'new' data.
I want to update the node values but the above code seems to be incorrect. UPDATE: My question is somewhat similar to this Updating a XML file using PHP but here, I'm loading the XML from an external file and also I'm updating an element, not an attribute. Also, as Ward Muylaert pointed out, you need to save the file.
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It's not been tested on all versions of the Atom format, but should be easy enough to customise.
this may sound pretty straight forward, but still I want to post this question in the forum.Now before appending this, I would like to check for an existing element "item" that has the same attribute id value.And if it does it should update that element with these new data.The first part of the update script uses the single record selection from last week but adds a little HTML to it to make it more useful.First of all, we connect to the database and select the appropriate record.
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$id=$_GET['id']; $username="username"; $password="password"; $database="your_database"; mysql_connect(localhost,$username,$password); $query=" SELECT * FROM contacts WHERE id='$id'"; $result=mysql_query($query); $num=mysql_numrows($result); mysql_close(); $i=0; while ($i As you can see, this code will output a standard form, but instead of having blank boxes like on the form for inserting a new record, this one already has the current information from the database inserted into it.