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#1 j3rmain3

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Posted 26 October 2006 - 03:44 PM

I have created the DB, the table shows up fine, the link appears but its destination is wrong.

The first section is an absoulte url so it doesnt need to change, but i need the last bit of the url (the filename) to change depending on what has been put into the database.

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echo "<a href=http://absoluteurl/ ( What Can I Out Here To Make Filename Change) > ".$row[2]."

I have been trying to figure it out but nothing seems to work.

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echo "<a href=http://".$row[1].">".$row['3'].";

But this doesnt change the last section of the url, it just changes the whole url.

Help  ???

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#2 php_joe

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Posted 26 October 2006 - 03:49 PM

Does it work like this:

echo "<a href=\"http://$row[1]\">$row[3]</a>";

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#3 .josh

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Posted 26 October 2006 - 04:06 PM

echo "<a href=http://".$row[1].">".$row['3'].";

[b]But this doesnt change the last section of the url, it just changes the whole url.

that's because you've done http://$variable not http://www.yoursite....tever/$variable

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