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CrashOkami
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Hello,

 

The code below is part of a pagination code, which is working perfectly until I put the <a href> code in it, so the results can be made links to the article in accordance. Problem is, I'm getting "undefined T_VARIABLE" on the first line of this. I know I've done a mistake with the quotes, for sure, but I can't seem to be able to fix it.

 

 { 

Print "<a href='news.php?News_ID="$info['News_ID'] " '>";
Print $info['Title']; 
Print $info['Date'];
Print "</a>";

echo "<br>";

} 

 

I've used spaces where needed to make the quotes more easily visible. Thank you again!

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Silly, silly me. I've fixed it, and I'm pasting the code below case anyone stumbles upon this for help.

 

{ 

Print "<a href='news.php?News_ID=" .$info['News_ID']."'>";
Print $info['Title']; 
Print $info['Date'];
Print "</a>";

echo "<br>";

} 

 

Moderators, please mark this as solved. Thank you!

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