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My goal is for users to my website to be able to click on a button or link and have a form popup, then after they enter the relevant information, that information gets sent to a mysql database.
Connecting the modal form to a mysql database is what I've been struggling with.
I have attached the code for my jquery ui dialog modal form ( [obscured] /demos/dialog/#modal-form). I'd like you to modify the code in the following ways:
1. Remove the entire table containing "name", "email", "password", "John Doe", etc. that appears on the page. Also remove the "Existing Users" header. I only want the button to show on the webpage.
2. Create a php document that connects to the modal form so whatever is typed into the form and sent is saved in a mysql database. Adjust the jquery ui code accordingly.
3. Add code so clicking outside the modal form closes the form. Currently, only clicking the "x" and "cancel" close the form. I'd like to add clicking outside the form to close it.
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