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Posted on 2009-07-09
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Can someone please change this code to say if $row_WAATKroi['printer'] does not equal 5 show this html code <li class="t5"><a href="#p7EPMc1_5" id="p7EPMtrg1_5">Running Costs</a></li>

<?php if ($row_WAATKroi['printer'] ==5) { // Begin Show Region ?>
        <li class="t5"><a href="#p7EPMc1_5" id="p7EPMtrg1_5">Running Costs</a></li>
        <?php } // End Show Region ?>

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When testing if the value IS 5 you use == and when testing if it IS NOT 5, use != like this:
<?php if ($row_WAATKroi['printer'] != 5) { ?>
  <li class="t5"><a href="#p7EPMc1_5" id="p7EPMtrg1_5">Running Costs</a></li>
<?php } ?>

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