johjoh367 — 2014-02-10T17:09:13-05:00 — #1
example is at
mikl — 2014-02-11T07:07:28-05:00 — #2
No. The code that's used to access the database will be embedded in server-side programs, the source of which is not accessible from your browser.
Rather than looking for examples which might or might not relevant to your needs, wouldn't it be better to learn the basics of database access and design, which you could then apply to your own project or site?
johjoh367 — 2014-02-11T22:40:51-05:00 — #3
Yes i agree. I was asking for some direction how i could get this kind of results when adressing my own products within my database. J would like to learn to do this in the same way.
I do not need the code but the way how i can get to thse kind of results. You are already giving me some direction how to solve this. So what your basically tell me is that i have to arrange my database in a way i can address the parts of it. Do you know of good examples i could follow. I have a joomla website with mysql database.
mikl — 2014-02-12T03:58:37-05:00 — #4
So what your basically tell me is that i have to arrange my database in a way i can address the parts of it
Not really. What I am saying is that seeing the code that produces the result won't help you if you don't have some basic knowledge of programming, database access, database design, etc. No-one can give you an example of "how the products are gathered from the database". You need to first choose a programming language, and then learn how to access a database from within that language. The solution will almost certainly involve SQL, but that's only part of the story. And then it's up to you to design the database and write the code.