At 7:15 AM -0700 6/4/10, Michael Calkins wrote:
How is it used for a website then?
It's just data received by a $_GET (data in the url) such as:
$whatever = $_GET['ph'];
$id = $_GET['id'];
Then you can use that data (after scrubbing) to obtain data from a
database, such as:
SELECT cost FROM items WHERE whatever='$whatever' AND id = '$id'
From that you could get the cost of the item and use it in your script.
This is just one way to send data from one page/script to another.
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