Since this is just one article in a full series, ensure you have followed the previous steps for this guide to work.
You can do it by running a query to update the field in the My SQL database’s table.
But for some users who do not know much about the programming language, it is good idea to create a HTML form for them to update the data, and here I have created an example: There are 2 files for the demonstration: “updateform.html” and “update.php”.
Will share when I come accross other forums when it relates. Hi My name is Larry I tried the original and am getting errors like ERROR INSERT Into 'dnrbmus_me'.
'col'('name','phone','cell','email') VALUES('e','1','6','3');' When looking at my do nothing gets in putted .
(Not a DB issue) This was very easy to follow and informative.