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PHP Custom List Order
December 04, 2008 @ 16:00:07

The PHPFreaks site has a new tutorial posted today showing how to create a method for custom list ordering in PHP.

So you have some tabular data printed out in your browser. You can even change the order of the information by clicking on the column name at the top of your list. But can you make your own custom list order? Or maybe you're deciding to make a content management system (CMS). You're making your features modular, so it's easier to add/remove modules. How do you go about displaying them in a custom order in the browser?

They create some MySQL tables to store the data in and set off into the code. The sorting allows for the data to be ordered by any column in either ascending or descending order based on the users' clicks. The results are output in a standard HTML table.

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