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  1. I'm trying to get an id for a row in a lookup table based on an ip address. All ip's are stored as the result inet_aton(ip) in fields that are varbinary(16). The lookup table has ip ranges (start_ip and end_ip) and countries associated with the range. 1219006512 is the inet_aton value of a user's ip address. When I run the following query in phpmyadmin, I'm getting multiple rows. I get multiple rows with a different result set if I run the query in mysql in the terminal. Query follows: SELECT * FROM lookup WHERE ('1219006512' >= start_ip and '1219006512'<= end_ip); What am I doing wrong?
  2. 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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