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LastMitch commented: Nice Work! +12

Are you sure the query is returning results? Are the results an array?

print_r($sqlProject); so you know the query looks lik you think it should. Try running that query in phpMyAdmin and see what the results are, that may help you figure out what's going on.

You may need to add the resource link to the query: mysql_query($sqlProject, $link); This link is made using mysql_connect() so look for :

$somename = mysql_connect(login stuff...);

and then you wound want to have it:

$queryProject = mysql_query($sqlProject, $somename)...

mikesowerbutts commented: good helpful asvice +1

Are you sure you really want to do that? I think that for most applications you will be better off storing the image in a folder on your webserver and adding the location/details of the image to the database.

To remove a directory:


Killer_Typo commented: very much helpful!! +1

I would use [URL=]Google Adsense for Search[/URL]. It has a site search feature.

floris commented: Good post! +3

The simplest way is to have php write the info you want into the page as javascript, for ex:

[CODE]<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
echo("firstVar = $var1;");
echo("2ndVar = $var2;");
// -->

Dukane commented: cool solution +2