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t_BuckeyeScott
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    1. jwinslow
      jwinslow
      That's not an exact replica of the table, but the basic idea of it. You type in your name next to an item and hit submit to update the page with your name there.

      It doesn't have to be mysql either, if you have an easier idea for a dynamic potluck signup page. I've searched around for anything for about a week with no luck.
    2. jwinslow
      jwinslow
      I've got a finished website, but the transition to the new webhost killed the database driven sign-up tables (potluck dinners). Timewarner doesn't support cdont

      I studied CompSci for a little bit in school, but it's been awhile, and I remember very little about my php & mysql endevours.

      What is the simplest way to build a basic signup table? Basically a virtual rendition of a signup sheet:
      Description | Name
      Entree _________
      Entree ________
      Entree ________
      Napkins ________
      Dessert ________
      Submit

      And something that the leader of the group can zero out for the next monthly dinner?


      Is there a simple template to work from for something like this? I've googled till the cows come home and haven't found anything, but that may be my illiteracy clouding my search.
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