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  1. Yes, that is part of the plan. The main idea is to grab multiple csv files of different names from the same website. The difference in the file names are reflected in the $report and $district variable. For example, I want to grab the following files:- http://thewebsite.com/export.aspx?type=csv&report=salesreport~1~ http://thewebsite.com/export.aspx?type=csv&report=employeereport~2~ http://thewebsite.com/export.aspx?type=csv&report=productionreport~3~ From the above example, salesreport, employeereport and productionreport are stored in the report column of the database. 1,2,3 are stored in the district column of the database.
  2. Hi, I'm using the following code to grab a csv file from one website & keep it on my website. The code is working fine. <?php $url = 'http://thewebsite.com/export.aspx?type=csv&report=nameofthereport~8~'; $path = '/home/path/to/mywebsite.com/public_ftp/incoming/nameofthereport_Area_8.csv'; $fp = fopen($path, 'w'); $ch = curl_init($url); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FILE, $fp); $data = curl_exec($ch); curl_close($ch); fclose($fp); ?> Here's what I want to do next. I want to query a database, and replace nameofthereport and 8 with the results of the query. My code to query the database is below. <?php include("/home/path/to/mywebsite.com/public_html/db_connect.php"); //connect to the database $today = date('Y-m-d'); $query1=("SELECT * FROM `table_name` WHERE expiry > $today"); $result1=mysqli_query($GLOBALS["___mysqli_ston"], $query1); $num1=mysqli_num_rows($result1); if ($num1 > 0) { while ($data = mysqli_fetch_array($result1)){ $email_to = $data["email"]; $district = $data["district"]; $report = $data["report"]; } } ?> Based on the code above, I would like to replace nameofthereport with $report and 8 with $district Could you show me the code please? Thanks.
  3. Good advice regarding the hiding of errors using @. I appreciate that, thanks. With regards to keyword stuffing, I plan to "stuff" it with a maximum of 7 keywords. I don't think that's a bad thing to do...correct me if I'm wrong. Why dynamic? Well here's a weird (& probably a warped) idea I have. I'm tracking organic keyword searches from Google which resulted an actual click to my site. I reckon that if the user clicked on my link displayed by Google during an organic search, then that keyword must have: 1. Appeared on the 1st few pages of Google (which means that I am ranking very well for this keyword). 2. My website was very relevant to the needs of the user (otherwise he wouldn't have clicked my link displayed on Google's search results). Is there a better way to identify a good quality meta keyword that this?
  4. Hi, This is my code. <?php include("/home/path/to/my/website/db_connect.php"); //connect to the database $result2 = mysqli_query($GLOBALS["___mysqli_ston"], "SELECT * from `wp2_search_queries` WHERE (`query` NOT LIKE '%:%') AND (`query` NOT LIKE '%+%') AND (`query` NOT LIKE '%\.%') AND (`query` NOT LIKE '%\'%') AND (`query` NOT LIKE '%\?%') AND (`source` NOT LIKE '%mywebsite.com%') GROUP BY `query` order by `query_date` DESC limit 0,7"); while($rows2=@mysqli_fetch_array($result2)){ $keywords = "{$rows2['query']}".","; echo $keywords; } ?> Now, I want to insert $keywords into the following HTML meta tag: <meta name='keywords' content='<?php echo $keywords;?>'> How do I get the 'final product' to look like this? <meta name='keywords' content='keyword1,keyword2,keyword3,keyword4,keyword5,keyword6,keyword7'> Please show me the code as I may not be able to understand your instructions. Thanks
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