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  1. I have a search function that works perfectly by matching database values and displaying the records on my page. However, I want to make my serial number field in the output a "href " link to open a new page that uses the serial number in the code. I had it working previously with dropdowns but I'm trying to make it work with the search function. Here's the working code: $search = $connect->real_escape_string($_POST['search']); $resultSet = $connect->query("SELECT * FROM staging WHERE serialNumber LIKE '%$search%'"); if($resultSet->num_rows > 0){ while($rows = $resultSet->fetch_assoc()) { $date = $rows['date']; $utility = $rows['utility']; $address = $rows['address']; $sn = $rows['serialNumber']; $output .= "Date: $date <br />Utility: $utility<br />Address: $address<br />Serial Number: $sn<br /><br />"; } }else{ $output = "No Results"; } } Now, when I try to add the link to the serial number variable, like this: $output .= "Date: $date <br />Utility: $utility<br />Address: $address<br />Serial Number: <a href=\\'/dashboard-display?id='.$row['serialNumber'].''>$sn</a><br /><br />"; The page doesn't load. I'm using a PHP reference but I think I may have syntax wrong in the href section. How can I get this to display the info with the link tag around $sn?
  2. I have researched the subject and found a few 'solutions' for my problem but cannot get it to work (I looked at ones in this forum). I have php while loop that uses variables for db values and wrapped inside <a></a> tags that work as desired. What I want to have the link open in a new tab. Here is the code I am working with: <?php //loop to collect and output db data as hyperlink with target="_blank" while($row = mysqli_fetch_assoc($result)) { //output data from each row echo "<a href='".$row[link]."'>&diams;&nbsp;&nbsp; ".$row[title]."</a><br>"; } ?>
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