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I am a newbie with PHP and also to this board so please bare with me. I purchased a membership script for a client's website, there is a registration page with fields such as city, name, job etc. Some of the fields we want to offer a multi option selection. There is also an account page where a member can go and change their registration answers as things change, change their password etc. There is a class_user.php page that pulls it all together. I cannot get the multi-selections work, the test input or one choice input fields are all working correctly. Is there a correct way to post the code on here or a better way to share it for assistance? Any help is greatly appreciated as this site is already live and customers are having issues! Thanks in advance.
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A multi-selection is using checkboxes rather than radio buttons.

Which part are you having trouble with? Display the checkbox in the front end or passing such data to the back end (user_class.php)?
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