Ian Fingold wrote:
Sorry I don't think I explained very well... heres my situation...
I have a mysql database set up... I have a user table with 2 fields..."team_name" and "fant_week".
What I want to do is, depending on who is logged in, I want my link to change the value of 'team' to the logged in members team name, like wise for the week.
For example.. if "gorno" is logged in and his team is called "fun team" the link will reflect his team and look like this... fant_stnd3.php?week=1&team=fun team
or if say... "billbo" is logged in and his team is called "silly team" the link will look like this fant_stnd3.php?week=1&team=silly team
but again, my problem is that it's cutting off the team value when there is a space in the string..
"G|rhan Vzen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
On Sun, 2003-06-01 at 22:26, Ian Fingold wrote:I
I'm trying to build a query string for one of my links.. for example... fant_stnd3.php?week=1&team=fun%20team
I need to be able to grab the values of 'week' and 'team' from an array,
can do that no problem, but when the code runs it cuts off the value if there is a space in the string. so instead of putting "fun team" in the query string it cuts it off and just puts.. "fun "
So my question, is there a function or any way to prevent this from happening?
Hi Ian, I have no idea what you are trying to do.. Well if you are getting those values from a URL, $week and $team variables in your php script should have the values in them.. In later versions of PHP, they will be _POST['week'] and _POST['team'] or _GET['week'] or _GET['team'] depending on which method is used.. You don't need to parse the URL and run them through an array.. :) Gurhan
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