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Thread: Parse Error help!?!?!?

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    Parse Error help!?!?!?

    I'm getting a parse error in the following line and aint sure what's the problem.

    <td width="30%"><? echo "<a href='" . $rows['Link'] . "'>" . $rows['Link'] . "</a>"</td>

    Thing is, i'm trying to retreive text from a database and want to print it as a link. hence the <a href> tags. I have tried all sorts to resurect the problem, im gussing im missing a colon or comma at some point? Have tried most places so maybe the code is wrong a little?

    Any help would be much appreciated.

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    jwilliam's Avatar
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    PHP Code:
    <td width="30%"><?PHP echo "<a href=\"{$rows['Link']}\">{$rows['Link']}</a>"?></td>

  3. #3
    Working! Thanks jwilliam!

    However, is it now possble to open this link up in a new window somehow?

    <td width="23%"><?PHP echo "<a href=\"{$rows['Link']}\">{$rows['Link']}</a>"; ?></td>


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    this should do it:
    <td width="30%"><? echo "<a href='" . $rows['Link'] . "'>" . $rows['Link'] . "</a></td>";
    the world is getting more complex because people need simple solutions

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