hello,
thank you for your time.

please note the time "intervals" that are working. what i want is to select only data that is two weeks old or younger. i did a test with one day and it worked great. i inserted the two-week/14days and neither of them worked. 1 month worked. i could not find anything on php.net that directed me to this. thank you again, addison

this works:(*note end of syntax "interval 1 day")
$obj = mysql_db_query($dbname,"select a.*,s.name as subcategory_name,c.name as category_name from ads a,subcategory s,
category c where a.subcategory=s.id and s.category=c.id and a.subcategory=$id and a.que='checked' and
createdate >=subdate(now(), interval 1 day)");


this does not: (*note end of syntax "interval 14 days")
$obj = mysql_db_query($dbname,"select a.*,s.name as subcategory_name,c.name as category_name from ads a,subcategory s,
category c where a.subcategory=s.id and s.category=c.id and a.subcategory=$id and a.que='checked' and
createdate >=subdate(now(), interval 14 days)");


this does not: (*note end of syntax "interval 2 weeks")
$obj = mysql_db_query($dbname,"select a.*,s.name as subcategory_name,c.name as category_name from ads a,subcategory s,
category c where a.subcategory=s.id and s.category=c.id and a.subcategory=$id and a.que='checked' and
createdate >=subdate(now(), interval 2 weeks)");


this works: (*note end of syntax "interval 1 month")
$obj = mysql_db_query($dbname,"select a.*,s.name as subcategory_name,c.name as category_name from ads a,subcategory s,
category c where a.subcategory=s.id and s.category=c.id and a.subcategory=$id and a.que='checked' and
createdate >=subdate(now(), interval 1 month)");
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