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mikhael

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I want to easily update my news section on my site using some php and mysql (new to both but learning quickly) Upon entering a new story and submitting it I would like it to show at the top of the previous stories.

I think it might be best if I give a graphical example so I am going to include here a quick htm file i put togeather to illustrate what I am looking for.


hopefully this will help those who could help me.

thanks

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Most of my site is run off mysql and i have a news database where i can add im ages etc and it will display all the articles round the site.

Have a look at http://www.allsortshop.com

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