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URLyBird - what about the 48hours booking thing

Derick Potgieter
Greenhorn

Joined: Feb 19, 2004
Posts: 13
Hi everyone,

Just wanna find out how you guys implemented the 48 hours booking thing.
Sun states that a booking can only be made within 48 hours of the data of the room hire. now...

1.should i not show the old rooms..i think so, sort of pointless knowing what has been rented.
2.if it is not with in 48 hours, say year 2005 should i still show it??
3.and if it is booked should i still show it??

this is my last thing to implement then i`m done....i`ll submit my project on monday...hold thumbs!!

Thanks
Derick
Philippe Maquet
Bartender

Joined: Jun 02, 2003
Posts: 1872
Hi Derick,

This thread and and this one (among others) may help you.

Regards,

Phil.
 
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