[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Bruce Levick) wrote in

If you want to access the data in an array try $row['field']
> I am connecting to mysql and all works well there. I query a table
> "Illustrations" ($query = "SELECT * FROM Illustrations";), and want to
> print the values of two columns ("titletext" & "img")within each row
> as the request loops.
> Print "<td><tr>$row[titletext]<br></td></tr>";
> Print "<td><tr>$row[img]<br></td></tr>";

> I am sorry if this is hard to understand and also a silly Q, I am two
> days into learning this stuff. All I want to do is to return these two
> values from within the table. "titletext" and "img". They are both
> text fields.

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