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Posted on 2007-10-17
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I want to have a welcome banner and I am trying to use this
echo "<h1>Welcome</h1>" . $_POST['user'];
echo "<br>";
echo "You're now logged in. Try visiting <a href='asim.php'>Trial</a>.";

however it prints out on the page like this
Welcome
user
You're now logged in. Try visiting Trial.

and I want the user on the same line as Welcome and also bold (h1) ... like this

Welcome user
You're now logged in. Try visiting Trial.

can someone help letting me know what am I doing wrong

Thanks
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Question by:syedasimmeesaq
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by:Mark Gilbert
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echo "<h1>Welcome ". $_POST['user'] . "</h1>";
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by:Mark Gilbert
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Reason was that you had closed the <h1> tags before echoing the posted user variable.  Using the code I provided appends all the code you need to make the echo statement work.
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by:syedasimmeesaq
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Ok thank you that worked. I have one more question if you don't mind answering me. I want the full name to be shown from the database table and the field is called full name. So I did this
$fullname = mysql_query("SELECT full_name FROM table_users WHERE password='" . $_POST['pass'] . "' AND users_name='" . $_POST['user'] . "'") or die("Couldn't query the user-database.");
$fname = mysql_result($fullname);
echo $fname;

echo "You're now logged in. Try visiting <a href='day.php'>Trial</a>.";

and it is not pulling the full name out of the database. Do you know what could be the reason.
Thank you very much
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Mark Gilbert earned 2000 total points
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Try this:

$fname = mysql_result($fullname, 0, 0);
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by:syedasimmeesaq
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yup thats it. Thank you so much
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by:Mark Gilbert
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Glad I was able to assist.  Thanks for the points and have a great day.
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