I assume you mean the 1052367746 portion of that URL? Am I right? If
$id = basename($photoid, ".jpg");
That would work, I think, if you just wanted the numeric portion of the
path. Not sure if this is what you want.
Peter Ellis - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Web Design and Development Consultant
naturalaxis | http://www.naturalaxis.com/
On Wed, 2004-08-18 at 19:55 -0400, Vern wrote:
> I have a bunch of thumbnails that are pulled from a recordset based on a
> user profile.
> Each thumbnail opens the picture into another page so that the picture is
> larger and I want to now have that user's pictures accessible by clicking a
> previous and/or next arrow.
> The first recordset of thumbnails is retrieved by a URL link
> ($HTTP_GET_VARS['id']) which is the user's ID number.
> Click on one of the thumbnails a new page is open that display the larger
> photo, but only that photo. I can of course pass along the user's ID as well
> which of course will allow me to create a new recordset based on the user's
> SELECT *
> FROM penpals_photos
> WHERE penpals_photos.filename = $photoID
> but how do I point the database first record at the photoID so that I can
> use the next and previous options to see the next/previous picture?
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