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    All Products enhanced

    get winACE or winRAR. thatll do the job
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    Site Rep Program Contribution

    well im fine, i just removed the column in the admin page so i dont see the ID #'s anymore and wont be bugged by it. but now i am trying to figure out how to show the # of cityreps i have under each site rep. anyone got any clues?
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    Site Rep Program Contribution

    ok i got it to work. theres one problem though, when i delete a site rep then add a new one, it just adds 1 to the last #. EX. Id= 1 SiteRep= Bob Id= 2 SiteRep= Jack I delete Jack, Id=2. Then make Bill, ID=3 not #2
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    Site Rep Program Contribution

    Ok i am completely redoing this, so now there will be 2 pages, one for state reps, and one for city reps. The state reps page will have these: id # name telephone # city state email the city reps pages will have the same, but with this extra field: State Rep (above them) I will be able to select the State Rep that is in charge of the city reps from a dropdown list when adding a NEW CITY REP. here is the new database tables:
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    Site Rep Program Contribution

    here is the code for /admin/functions/general.php I have already edited and modified it so that ALL OF THE CODE (so far) works ADMIN side. i also changed these DB entries to this order: sorry about spreading this over so many posts, i have been trying to track my own progress and with each thread, when i make an error to a post, i made a new one. not a good idea. but this is the thread with the most progress so far.
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    Site Rep Program Contribution

    ok i got it to work ADMIN-SIDE. theres one problem though, when i delete a site rep then add a new one, it just adds 1 to the last #. EX. Id= 1 SiteRep= Bob Id= 2 SiteRep= Jack I delete Jack, Id=2. Then make Bill, ID=3 not #2
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    Site Rep Program Contribution

    oops i needed to fix this
  8. I am trying to make a contribution that adds a dropdown selection for the user to select the site rep that referred them to the site. As of right now I have been able to create the DB tables and have been able to make the admin-end of this contribution PARTIALLY work. Right now I am receiving these problems: 1. When editing a site rep, the state dropdown list only shows ID #'s not state initials. 2. The ID # of the state is shown under the states column on the main sitereps.php page 3. The select rank option only shows one radio button with no text, and when its selected, the value defaults to 0. 4. The ID # of the rank under the ranks column on the main sitereps.php page Here is the file: /admin/sitereps.php These are the databases tables I have added: I guess this is pretty for a 16yr old with about a months worth of PHP/mySQL knowledge. Any help is appreciated. PS In the future I will try to add a table for the "overall referrals" (total # of customer sign ups under a site rep); a "total purchases" (total # of purchases made by customers signed up under each site rep); and last a "total price of all purchases" (total $ amount of all purchases made my customers signed up under each site rep).
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