Hallo,

I am trying to fix my mysql search query:

 $data = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM static_content WHERE upper(image) or upper(title) or upper(content) LIKE'%$find%'"); 

Please help me to fix it. Is it correct?

I mean where column image (change to upper case) or column title (change to upper case) or column content (change to upper case) like the data that I input in the search box (the code before it already change it to uppercase).

No, it's not correct. You need LIKE after every column, unless you concatenate them first.

How to concatenate them ? like where ?

I read the guide, I still do not understand how to apply it to my query. I guess I just use this one:

 $data = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM static_content WHERE upper(image) LIKE'%$find%' or upper(title) LIKE'%$find%' or upper(content) LIKE'%$find%'"); 

Is that correct?

Is that correct?

Yes.

Apart from that. In most cases comparisons in queries are case-insensitive, so you could probably do without UPPER()