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PHP Search Box Tutorial – Filter Data in HTML Table Using PHP & MySQL Database

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create PHP Search Box & Filter Data in MySQL Database.

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In this tutorials for beginners I will show you:
– how to create an HTML form
– how to create PHP Search Box
– how to filter data using PHP & MySQL Database
– an SQL query to search in MySQL Database


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24 thoughts on “PHP Search Box Tutorial – Filter Data in HTML Table Using PHP & MySQL Database

  1. Hi @coding passive income I wanted to add a search bar to your comment section and I was only able to get where you can search the person's userID the comment show's up but i can not get the person's name to show up mainly because it is in the users table . Do you have any information on how I can go about searching the name and the comment displays?
    P.S your reply feature after you make a reply then reply to that reply keeps repeating the previous reply!

  2. Hi Senaid!
    in the Dutch language – as in French – we use many special characters such as: é, è, à, ç, ë. When reading and displaying my data, the pagination stops every time a record has to be shown that contains such a special character! How can I bypass this? I could replace the special characters with characters without accent, but then the spelling and pronunciation is wrong!
    Greetings, and thanks you already for all the examples I eagerly devour.

  3. <?php

    if (isset($_POST['submit'])) {

    $connection = new mysqli(host: "localhost", username: "root", passwd: "", dbname: "phpSearch");


    Hi, the ':' next to to the word 'host' is giving me an error. I wonder why since yours is working @ 11:30 in your video. im using sublime text 3 to follow this tutorial. Can you help? Thanks man.

    this is the error im getting.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ':', expecting ',' or ')' in C:xampphtdocsprojectstutorialsPHP Search Enginesearch.php on line 3

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