Using ajax you can , load basic data
But iframe is the best method, for your needsSearch for : evolution in codecanyon item search
Thanks for feedback – I considered Evolution but was put off by the fact that there was no example that loaded a php page (rather than a page in an iframe). Facebox loads the php page content fine in other browsers- so maybe I’ll try using facebox with an iframe instead of directly loading the page and see if that works for IE.
you can use facebox with Iframe and load your page url into that iframe.. or contact me through my profile..
I’m using facebox included with the excellent CC Admin template Adminus to load php pages etc. It works fine with everything but IE and I’m damned if I can figure it out.
Have you used facebox to load a php in IE7 /8 and if so do you have any tips? Or could I pay you to debug a page to fix this as it’s driving me nuts…
I’m also interested in finding someone who can do this kind of work i.e. PDF export of data stored in mysql tables. So Quanticalabs also let me know if this is something you’ve done before. I have hired someone to do this before myself using fpdf and it worked fine.
Hi, finally I have made the script, please check it from http://codecanyon.net/item/csv2mysql/138165
I bought your script thanks. But I ended up using another CSV import script posted to CC about the same time as yours as it proved easier for me to use given that I wanted to hide the connection data from the user.
Can anyone recommend a php tree browser that is specifically designed to work with data retrieved from a mysql database?
I’m looking for something that lets me browse multi-level db table content tree-style in the left panel and display a CRUD form based on the selected tree node data in the right panel.
I can’t find anything on Codecanyon and many of the other tree controls for php I’ve found seem to be primarily designed for accessing static html/file-based content not content stored in mysql db tables.
Looking for a php script to copy one or more (source) files from one (source) directory to one or more (target) directories using a form to specify the sources and the targets and hit submit to initiate the file copy. So I have updated a file in one directory and want to quickly copy it to a series of target directories that I nominate through the form.
I obviously made a mistake saying ‘simple’ ... I’m aware of sql import and built-in php csv import function but I’m looking for something that a user can use via some kind of import request form.
And to work in the real world there would also be a need for a user/admin maintained ‘mapping’ table to handle column mappings from source to target e.g. defaults, basic transformations etc. In most cases you can’t just read a file straight into a table. If only life were that easy.
I realize this is just normal stuff for most file imports but I just hoped that someone might have tackled this before.
Thanks DiLab – I think I’ve benefitted from your help before…
I’m really looking for something that has a front end from and process e.g.
- choose a CSV from the file system - choose a table to import into (tables and column mapping pre-defined in a lookup table) - preview import - do import - print audit trail of import
Something like that…
I would like someone to create a balanced scorecard-like CSS layout to display php/mysql data variables. I’m just looking for the layout to present the data not any code to get the data.
Ideally I’d like this in the same style as Emil’s Adminus CSS template (on codecanyon) as I’m using this on the rest of the site – unfortunately Emil is too busy to do this himself
I have a 1-page mockup I can email if you are interested.