DW was correct, Nagasea.  The way to do what you want to do is to use the
urlencode (and perhaps the urldecode) PHP command(s).  They are in the PHP
manual.  I don't understand what it was that DB told you to do, so I cannot
comment on that, but the correct solution to your problem lies with urlencode.

Additionally, you will want to put quotes around the HREF in your anchor
tag.  Perhaps if you rewrote your echo to something like this

echo "<a href=\"m_template.php?nick=";
echo urlencode($myrow[3]);
echo "\">";
echo $myrow[3];
echo "</a>";

Oh, yeah, and I broke it apart for easy reading.  You could concatenate it
all in one big echo, but think maintainability.

Hope this helps,

At 05:01 PM 8/30/01 -0700, Nagasea wrote:
>it's still not working :(
>maybe u need my script to see
>$db = mysql_connect("localhost", "xxxx","pass");
>$result = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM big_member WHERE position='Squads'
ORDER by first LIMIT 0,300",$db);
>while ($myrow = mysql_fetch_row($result)) {
><a href=m_template.php?nick=$myrow[3]>. $myrow[3] ."</a>");

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