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I’m new to php and I’ve decided the best way to learn is by doing…so I’ve decided to create a CMS, you may think thats quite a big project for a first timer but its actually working quite well except for the odd bit.

One of those odd bits is this…

I have a form that enters information into a database (page title and page content), the trouble I have is trying to display it correctly. Using the code below I can get it to display:

<?php include 'dbwire.php';

$query = mysql_query(‘SELECT * FROM content’);

while($results = mysql_fetch_array($query,MYSQL_ASSOC)){
$title = $results[‘title’];
$id = $results[‘id’];
$content = $results[‘content’];
echo “| <a href=“javascript:void(0);” onclick=“show_content($id)”>$title “;
echo “<div id=”$id” style=“display:none”>$content”;



Now the problem with this, as you can see here: is that when you click a link it shows the correct page, then when you click a different link it shows that page aswell as the previous one.

Is there a way to replace the displayed page with the next clicked link instead of all of them?


Have a look here, I guess this is what you are trying to do:)

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