Stuart... u got the logic now..... check ur syntax problems urself...
this is the only way ull learn it!

a hint... if ur database query is giving u errors... try echoing it
before sending it to mysql_query. ull find out the problem yourself
then.... ;)

another hint... mysql_query always returns arrays so u can check it
with is_array or count() or even with isset functions before getting
it in use. Having some error preventing mechanisms are always good.

On Sun, 26 Sep 2004 11:40:17 -0700 (PDT), Stuart Felenstein
> Unknown column 'a338265f' in 'where clause' is the
> latest problem (and should be the last).  I had this
> same error earlier while just doing a straight sql to
> the database.  I corrected it then by putting
> apostrophes around the column name.  That didn't help
> here , not quotes , maybe double apostrophes?
> $_GET['activate_hash])
> This is where it's not picking the string correctly.
> Stuart
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