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    phpMyAdmin Help Needed

    Hello, so I am in the process of creating a legal database at the moment. As such, we are working with large volumes of legal data. The laws will be presented on the website in a categorized table format. It is my understanding that I can use phpMyAdmin in the hope that it can create such tables without me having to physically code them in through HTML/CSS. If I am mistaken, please correct me. I currently have all of the legal data categorized within phpMyAdmin; however, I was wondering how I should actually transfer the law data that I have stored phpMyAdmin into physical data tables on my website. If there is a tutorial for transferring data from phpMyAdmin to a table on a website, I would appreciate it.


    Thank you very much for your time
    Last edited by vinyl-junkie; 07-26-2014 at 01:51 AM. Reason: Name removed at request of OP

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    If your data is in your database (via phpmyadmin) then you now need to use php in your pages to access that data and display it.

    There is no definitive 'way' of doing this, you just have to run through some php basics and then get on with it.
    See my new CodingForums Blog: http://www.codingforums.com/blogs/tangoforce/

    Many useful explanations and tips including: Cannot modify headers - already sent, The IE if (isset($_POST['submit'])) bug explained, unexpected T_CONSTANT_ENCAPSED_STRING, debugging tips and much more!


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