Logical treatment of checkbox statements in search.
I'm building a search form for my database, and I'm using checkboxes to simplify the process for less-savvy users. These work great from a display and interface point of view, but the syntax for the checkboxes seems to be hard coded so that "X and Y and Z" must be true for an entry to return. Is it possible to alter a checkbox field so that it searches for "X or Y or Z"?
Any help would be much appreciated.