Ok, I am still fairly new at PHP and MySQL also, so please bear with me.
TASK: I have a client that wants to have job openings listed on their site
and they want to be able to add, edit and delete the postings themselves. I
would do this in flat-file format but there is the risk of that file size
getting too large and slowing down the server.
SOLUTION: I have created a MySQL database that will hold all the postings
in a table called 'jobs' and have created a PHP form that will post this
jobs into the db.
PROBLEM: When I go to the PHP form and enter all of the pertinent job
information, there is one specific field that will have to have carriage
returns/line breaks in it between paragraphs. Everything is working except
for this. Is there a way whenever the user presses <ENTER>, that either
PHP/MySQL will convert this into a <BR> tag only when being displayed in a
browser and not in the db??
Can anyone out there please help me with this? I am available off-list as
well if it will be easier to pass code back and forth. Any assistance is
Should you have any questions, comments or concerns, feel free to call me
Thank you for your time,
Jay Fitzgerald, Design Director - CSBW-A, CPW-A, CWD-A, CEMS-A
Tel: (318) 338-2034 ICQ: 38823829 Fax:
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