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Hello, Im trying to pass a variable to a newly created page using GET.

$query = mysql_query("SELECT DISTINCT subtype FROM business WHERE type ='Restaurant' ORDER BY name");
echo mysql_error();
while($ntx=mysql_fetch_row($query)) $nt[] = $ntx[0];
$i = -1;
foreach($nt as $value)
echo "<a href='" . str_replace(' ','_',$nt[$i]) . ".php?title=$title'>"  . $nt[$i] . "</a>" . "<br/>";
$FileName = str_replace(' ','_',$nt[$i]) . ".php";
$FileHandle = fopen($FileName, 'w') or die("cant open file");
$pageContents = file_get_contents("header.php");




<?php $title = $_GET['Title']; ?>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<title>Untitled Document</title>
<p>TESTING - the heading below should read (title goes here in capital letters)</p>
<?php <h1>$title</h1> ?> //This is line 12


Im getting the error; 

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in D:\Hosting\3753557\html\1pw\mexican.php on line 12

I suspect that I have my syntax muddled in header.php?


Is there a better way to pass variables to a newly created page? (fopen).


Many thanks for any ideas.


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