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How to display just ONE image using a php array in html


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Hi, i'm getting an error when I load my php code in a browser. Here's my code snippet:

<?php

  mysql_connect("localhost","root");

  mysql_select_db("something");

  $bellProductsArray=array(1=>"Apple_iPhone3GS.jpg",2=>"Apple_iPhone4.jpg");

 

  $result=mysql_query("SELECT Name, Manufacturer FROM bellProducts WHERE ID=1");

  $row=mysql_fetch_assoc($result);

  print "Name: {$row['Name']} Manufacturer: {$row['Manufacturer'] }";

 

?>

 

<img src=<?php array_values($bellProductsArray); ?>  alt="Apple iPhone 3GS" title="Apple iPhone 3GS" />

 

**I can't get it to display the first image (eg: Apple_iPhone3GS.jpg), I made sure that I have the image in same directory. Plz help!1!

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You'll need to target a specific key of the array. In your case, you have keys: 1 and 2. If you leave keys empty, they'll be generated starting by zero (0).

 

<?php
$bellProductsArray=array(1=>"Apple_iPhone3GS.jpg", 2=>"Apple_iPhone4.jpg");

echo $bellProductsArray[1]; //will print "Apple_iPhone3GS.jpg
echo $bellProductsArray[2]; //will print "Apple_iPhone4.jpg
?>

 

Or otherwise you can leave the keys empty:

<?php
$bellProductsArray=array("Apple_iPhone3GS.jpg", "Apple_iPhone4.jpg");

echo $bellProductsArray[0]; //will print "Apple_iPhone3GS.jpg
echo $bellProductsArray[1]; //will print "Apple_iPhone4.jpg
?>

 

By the way, arra_values() will just return an array holding the values of the original array and the keys will be numerical, starting from zero. There's no use of that function in this case.

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