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amckay

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for anyone who wants to be able to page images instead of showing them all all the time, replace the function UPAGE_tableSQL in /path/to/geeklog/plugins/upage/functions.inc with the below

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function UPAGE_tableSQL( $sql, $func, $cols=0, $rows=0 )
//
// execute the given SQL query, then for each row in
// the result, call the passed function
{
        global  $PHP_SELF;
        global  $paginate;
        global  $QUERY_STRING;
        global  $_CONF;
        global  $LANG_UPAGE;

        // set to defaults from config.php if not specified by caller

        if ( empty( $cols ) )
                $cols   = $_CONF['upic_cols'];
        if ( empty( $rows ) )
                $rows   = $_CONF['upic_rows'];

        // this bit probably wants to be drawn into a function eventually
        // it does the pagination.  Note it relies on the query string
        // variable "paginate" being used universally by all callers

        $limit  = $cols * $rows;

        if ( ! empty( $limit ) ) {

                // first set out lower and upper limits for the SQL query

                $limlo  = $paginate * $limit;
                $limhi  = $paginate * $limit + $limit;

                // here is where we have to manipulate the query string

                // parse out the query string by & and then =
                // to get all variables that are found within

                $qarr   = split( "&", $QUERY_STRING );
                while ( list( $key, $value ) = each( $qarr ) ) {
                        list( $qvar, $qval ) = split( "=", $value );
                        $qnew[$qvar]    = $qval;
                }

                // if the pageinate variable was not specified (e.g. first page)
                // then we have to set it.

                if ( empty( $qnew['paginate'] ) )
                        $qnew['paginate']       = 0;

                // now reassemble 2 new query strings, one for 'next' and 'prev'

                $qnext  = "";
                $qprev  = "";
                while ( list( $key, $value ) = each( $qnew ) ) {
                        if ( ! empty( $qnext ) )
                                $qnext  .= "&";
                        if ( $key == "paginate" )
                                $qnext  .= $key . "=" . ($value + 1);
                        else
                                $qnext  .= $key . "=" . $value;
                        if ( ! empty( $qprev ) )
                                $qprev  .= "&";
                        if ( $key == "paginate" )
                                $qprev  .= $key . "=" . ($value - 1);
                        else
                                $qprev  .= $key . "=" . $value;
                }

                $sql    .= " LIMIT " . $limlo . ", " . $limit;

                $pageit .= ""
                        . "<tr>"
                        . "<td colspan=$cols align=center>"
                        . "<table align=center width=100% border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>"
                        . "<tr>"
                        . "<td width=30% align=left>"
                        . "";

                if ( ! empty( $paginate ) )
                        $pageit .= "<a href='" . $PHP_SELF . "?" . $qprev . "'>prev</a>";

                $pageit .= ""
                        . "</td>"
                        . "<td width=40% align=right> "
                        . "</td>"
                        . "<td width=30% align=right>"
                        . "<a href='" . $PHP_SELF . "?" . $qnext . "'>next</a>"
                        . "</td>"
                        . "</td>"
                        . "</tr>"
                        . "</table>"
                        . "</td>"
                        . "</tr>";

                // once we drop out here, the $pageit variable can be used to display
                // the paging information.  Note below it's included in the top and
                // bottom of the table
        }
        // try to execute the passed in query

        if ( ! $result = DB_query( $sql ) ) {
                $retr   = $LANG_UPAGE['err_db_generic'];
                return  $retr;
        }

        // woogy!

        $retr   = ""
                . "<!-- woogy -->"
                . "<table width=100% align=center border=0>"
                . $pageit
                . "";

        // we have to count which column we are in

        $myCol  = 1;

        // column width depends on number of columns

        $cwid   = floor(100/$cols);

        // loop through each record of the result, keeping track
        // of what column and row we are in, as well as calling
        // the passed in function for each record

        while ( $ROW = DB_fetchArray( $result ) ) {
                switch ( $myCol ) {
                        case 1 :
                                $retr   .= "<tr>";
                                break;
                        case $cols+1 :
                                $retr   .= "</tr>";
        // column width depends on number of columns

        $cwid   = floor(100/$cols);

        // loop through each record of the result, keeping track
        // of what column and row we are in, as well as calling
        // the passed in function for each record

        while ( $ROW = DB_fetchArray( $result ) ) {
                switch ( $myCol ) {
                        case 1 :
                                $retr   .= "<tr>";
                                break;
                        case $cols+1 :
                                $retr   .= "</tr>";
                                $myCol  = 1;
                                break;
                }
                $retr   .= "<td width=" . $cwid . "% valign=top align=center>";
                if ( function_exists( $func ) )
                        $retr   .= $func( $ROW );
                else
                        $retr   .= $LANG_UPAGE['err_no_func'];

                $retr   .= "</td>";
                $myCol++;
        }

        // if we didn't end up in the last column because of an odd
        // number of entries, then we have to finish off the row

        if ( $myCol <= $cols )
        {
                while ( $myCol++ <= $cols )
                        $retr   .= "<td width=" . $cwid . "% valign=top align=center> </td>";
                $retr   .= "</tr>";
        }

        $retr   .= $pageit
                . "</table>";

        return $retr;
}




 

duvide

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I am just wondering where to download the upage plugin, I am not able to find it anywhere.

Thank you/Frank

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newblogger

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i'm looking for it also
Got Hot wheels? http://www.dcmotoring.com

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newblogger

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here you go buddy just got done downloading the tarball
you can get it here
have fun
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duvide

Anonymous
thank you, I managed do download although the link should be like this: https://secure.neap.net/download/upage.tar.Z

Frank

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