update page contents from mysql data without reloading

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Mon May 21, 2012 10:51 am

It is possible. I reccomend to use jQuery ,..

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Tue May 22, 2012 4:20 am

You need a jQuery file which will use,let's say

$.post ( name_of_the_php_file_where_to_send_data.php,{ variable_name_you_are_sending_to_that_php_file : variable_which_value_it_gets, var2 : value2, var3:value3 },function (data) {
alert (data); //gets the data outputed in the php file and alerts it,just a sample
return false; // if you are querying once some link is clicked,this will assure that you don't redirect to wherever href of that link leads to

You don't have to do anything with callback function if you don't want to.

then in the .php file you are sending those variables to,use code similar to this:

if (isset($_POST['variable_name_you_are_sending_to_that_php_file'])) {
$value = $_POST['variable_name_you_are_sending_to_that_php_file'];
$run_query = mysql_query($query);

More on this (with some examples), http://docs.jquery.com/Post

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