Originally Posted by Old Pedant
Oh, and I would use <> 0 instead of = -1 unless the field can have other possible values.
I would bet you only got the -1 in there when you converted from Access YES/NO field to MySQL, yes? I'd be sorely tempted to change all the -1's to just 1 in the DB, but that's up to you.
You are correct. The -1 was from when I converted my Access database. This is my first web application. In the future I will definitely do things differently but I am in too deep to change now and it works fine as is.
Thanks sooo much for all of your help!!!