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  1. I have the week date range displaying the week range from sunday - saturday $current_dayname = date("0"); // return sunday monday tuesday etc. echo $date = date("Y-m-d",strtotime('last sunday')).'to'.date("Y-m-d",strtotime("next saturday")); Which outputs in the following format 2015-01-25to2015-01-31 However, when I press next or previous, the dates don't change. <?php $year = (isset($_GET['year'])) ? $_GET['year'] : date("Y"); $week = (isset($_GET['week'])) ? $_GET['week'] : date('W'); if($week > 52) { $year++; $week = 1; } elseif($week < 1) { $year--; $week = 52; } ?> <a href="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'].'?week='.($week == 52 ? 1 : 1 + $week).'&year='.($week == 52 ? 1 + $year : $year); ?>">Next Week</a> <!--Next week--> <a href="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'].'?week='.($week == 1 ? 52 : $week -1).'&year='.($week == 1 ? $year - 1 : $year); ?>">Pre Week</a> <!--Previous week--> <table border="1px"> <tr> <td>user</td> <?php if($week < 10) { $week = '0'. $week; } for($day= 1; $day <= 7; $day++) { $d = strtotime($year ."W". $week . $day); echo "<td>". date('l', $d) ."<br>". date('d M', $d) ."</td>"; } ?> </tr> </table>
  2. I have users who signed up for an email list and there is a table of them and the join date is in unix timestamp. I do not care about the date, only the time they signed up. I am putting together code to be run on cron to decide who gets emailed. It will be run probably every hour. When it runs the first thing I need it to do is select all users who from the current time through the next hour registered. This way I can then email people around the time they initially joined my site. Here is what I have: //$input is the minutes range (which will be most likely an hour so this variable should be 60) function to_email($input) { require_once('dbconnect.php'); $cur_hours = date('H'); $cur_minutes = date('i'); $cur_seconds = ($cur_minutes + ($cur_hours * 60)) * 60; $end_seconds = $input * 60; $end_seconds = $cur_seconds + $end_seconds; $result = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM usertable WHERE " . $cur_seconds . " <= (HOUR(opt_time)*60*60) + (MINUTE(opt_time)*60) + SECOND(opt_time) AND '" . $end_seconds . " > (HOUR(opt_time)*60*60) + (MINUTE(opt_time)*60) + SECOND(opt_time)'"); $row = mysql_fetch_array($result); } The php part works as what I think is needed. But the query does not. I am not very good at MySQL queries so don't judge.
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