Does isset just check if "item" is equal to something?
The format of the code is also giving me some trouble. I think this is some sort if statement santax, however, I'm not too sure on how to break down the code. How would I write it in a if-statement format?
Of course it is just my opinion but: isset($_POST["item"])? $item = $_POST["item"]:$item = "Not Set";
Just mean bad and messy code, there is no reason why the same can’t be written cleaner e.g.: $item = isset($_POST["item"]) ? $_POST["item"] : "Not Set";