johnnyv - 5:55 pm on Jan 2, 2012 (gmt 0) [edited by: ergophobe at 6:39 pm (utc) on Jan 3, 2012]
I am struggling to find a solution to what I hope is a fairly simple problem. I have a website for holiday cottages in the UK (that's vacation rentals in US speak!)
The site is very simple in nature, I have about 30 properties, with a page for each one. On the home page there is a short summary of each one, sequentially built-up using php includes ..
In order to treat each property fairly I would like to change the order that the summairies are displayed, BUT the only code I have found to achieve this uses a random function that is regenerated each time the page loads. Whilst this works, I have had a number of users complain that when they use the back button the homepage is re-ordered and they loose track of which properties they have looked at.
Any ideas how I can change the the content order on say on hourly basis, or preserve an order for individual users sessions so they don't get confused. I still want to display all 30 summaries
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[edited by: ergophobe at 6:39 pm (utc) on Jan 3, 2012]