PHP error Notice Undefined offset

Hi,

I have this code and it is working on a server from profider A, when I copy the files to an other profider it gives this error:
"Notice: Undefined offset: 1 in c:\hosting\webhost4life\member\netvanhagen\leasewebsite\sk_php\public_html\subcat.php on line 30"

Line 30 is:
$row[3] = $split[1];

This is a part of the script:
<?
$cols = 3;
$rows = $num / $cols;
for ($i=0;$i<$rows;$i++) {
      echo "</tr>";
      for ($ie=0;$ie<$cols;$ie++) {
            echo "<td class=\"standard\">";
            if ($row = mysql_fetch_row($query)) {
                  if ($row[3] == "none") {
                        $img = "<img src=\"images/na.jpg\" border=\"0\">";
                  } else {
                        $split = explode("../", $row[3]);
                        $row[3] = $split[1];
                        $img = "<img src=\"$row[3]\" border=\"0\">";
                  }
                  echo "</tr><tr>";
                  echo '<td border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" style="width:220px;height:25px;background-color:#FE9900;text-align:center; vertical-align:middle;" valign="middle"><a  href="articles.php?sid='.htmlspecialchars($row[0]).'" class="product">'.htmlspecialchars($row[2]).'</a><br>'."\n";
                  echo "<br>";
            } else {
                  echo "&nbsp;";
            }
            echo "</td>\n";
      }
      echo "<tr>";      
}
?>



What is wronge???

Thanks,
HP
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RoonaanCommented:
Isn't it easier to use:

Replace
$split = explode("../", $row[3]);
                    $row[3] = $split[1];
With

$row[3] = preg_replace('#^../#','',$row[3]);

-r-
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
   $row[3] = $split[sizeof($split)];
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WvRAuthor Commented:
Thanks, this is it!!
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