... But your datepicker shows: dd-mm-yyyy or mm-dd-yyyy. It seems you are trying to compare dates in different formats. If this is the case, you could change the datepicker data ($_POST) to DB format like this:: ... then use them in your SQL. However, you should validate the dates prior to insertion.
don't forget to quote your array indexes echo $SuperRecordSet['diagnosisName']; your loop is incrementing to the wrong variable, while ($superNumRows = mysql_fetch_assoc($run_superQuery)) should be using $SuperRecordSet
I did also configure the date format directly from datetimepicker_css.js file but I wasn't so sure if I did it correctly.. I hope you would have a look the file for me.. I read the documentation but there's not instruction how to format the output date.
@sir Heart; also thank you for your time sir; I already did quoted my array indexes and change the mysql_fetch_assoc($run_superQuery)) into $SuperRecordSet and it just show me the same result.