i'm guessing that this is probably impossible, but im hoping someone brainy knows how to do it...
i've got a page which displays a table of data, which is sorted by date. so far, so easy.
but when it comes to two rows in particular, i need them to appear as if they were the next row down. so when the script prints all the rows out, i need to skip over them for just one row, and print them after the next one.
i think i've resigned myself to adding a new column. but this is what the problem is...
it's a database of songs. and i can sort them alphabetically and by release date, because they're the only columns i've got.
when i sort them by release date, and two songs share the same date (because they are the A and B-side of a single) i naturally want to list the A-side first. but at the moment i can only list them alphabtically, which is wrong about 50% of the time.
so i was hoping i could get it to skip a row every time a certain song title came up.