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posted on 7/29/2003 at 09:28 PM Reply With Quote
PHP/database problems

I'm trying to set up menu to be database driven. I've gotten Gold to work statically and now trying to convert to dynamic.

Per documentation, it sounds like there should be some example sql file to show how the table should be set up and created. I have searched all through the files from the zip file and don't see anything that looks like an SQL script/demo.

Can I get this somehow? I set the table up best I could figure based on documentation. Unfortunately whatever I've tried does not work.

I am trying to get 3 parent headings with submenus on each. All I can get the code to product are the submenu items from the first parent item displayed horizontally across the page. No parent items and no submenus from other two parents.

I'm getting frustrated trying to work through documentation. Please provide more details or send SQL examples.

Thank you
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posted on 7/30/2003 at 09:28 AM Reply With Quote

Here is the dump of sample DB.

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