|Dale||Alright, I don't really know what to call this, so maybe that's why I can't find any tutorials online, but in PHP you know how most sites, atleast professional sites have index.php?id=1 or whatever, with the id, and such. How do I do this? Could someone post code? commented? tutorial? virtually anything is helpful! |
|June 05, 2007, 07:06 PM|
|Warrior||Look up $_GET on the PHP Website.||June 05, 2007, 07:14 PM|
|FrostWraith||Since this took me a bit to figure out when I started, I'll give a simple example.|
This is if you do index.php?page=X
if (isset($_GET['page'] ) )
$page = $_GET['page'];
$page = 0;
switch ($page )
echo "Contents of index.php?page=1";
echo "Contents of index.php?page=2";
echo "Contents of index.php?page=anythingelse";
|June 05, 2007, 07:48 PM|
|rabbit||Almost, you should cast $_GET['page'] to int before you check it.||June 05, 2007, 08:03 PM|
|Warrior||Assuming you're expecting an int||June 05, 2007, 08:11 PM|
When ever you see Something=Value on the URL, this is simply saying $Something = value;
So if I were to have code that said
echo("Your name is ".$name);
And you made the URL say, http://yoursite.com/index.php?name=Warrior, you would get a page that says 'Your name is Warrior'.
Hope this helps!
|July 03, 2007, 09:10 AM|
CrAzY, Warrior knows more PHP than you could ever hope to. He was responding to me, because I said cast it to an int. And he's right. I use numbers for all of my page traversing, so I'm used to casting to int everything.
|July 03, 2007, 09:37 AM|
|betawarz||ew @ http://site.com/page.php?id=x, or anything similar.||July 16, 2007, 08:28 PM|