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PHP Build a Simple PHP Application Integrating with PayPal Building the Shirt Details Page

Simon Strömberg
Simon Strömberg
1,423 Points

Building the Shirt Details Page

<?php
// Enables error reporting
error_reporting(E_ALL);
ini_set("display_errors", 1);

include("inc/products.php");
// Rest of yout code goes here...
?>
$product_id = $_GET["id"];
$product = $products[$product_id];


$section = "shirts";
$pageTitle = $product["name"];
include("inc/header.php"); ?>

    <div class="section page">

      <div class="wrapper">

        <div class="breadcrumb"><a href="shirts.php">Shirts</a> &gt; <?php echo $product['name']; ?></div>

          <div class="shirt-picture">
            <span>
              <img src="<?php echo $product['img']"; ?> alt="<?php echo $product['name']"; ?>
    </span>

</div>



      </div>

</div>
Ricky Catron
Ricky Catron
13,023 Points

I added three backticks ``` to before and after your code so it is displayed correctly in the forum.

--Ricky

5 Answers

Simon,

Looks like a couple of syntax errors. You are closing your image src and alt attributes inside of your PHP code.

The following:

```<img src="<?php echo $product['img']"; ?> alt="<?php echo $product['name']"; ?>

should be...

<img src="<?php echo $product['img']; ?>" alt="<?php echo $product['name']; ?>">

I moved the double quote outside of the closing PHP tags and added a greater than to close your image tag.

Does that solve the problem for you?
Simon Strömberg
Simon Strömberg
1,423 Points

Hello, thanks, but now it looks like this: http://puu.sh/eKCP9/e736099cbc.png

Regards

Simon,

Can you post the entire code you have for shirts.php?

Simon Strömberg
Simon Strömberg
1,423 Points
<?php
// Enables error reporting
error_reporting(E_ALL);
ini_set("display_errors", 1);

include("inc/products.php");
// Rest of yout code goes here...
?><?php
$pageTitle = "Unique t-shirts";
$section = "shirts";
include('inc/header.php'); ?>

<div class="section shirts page">
  <div class="wrapper">

  <h1>Mikes&rsquo;s Full Catalog Of Shirts</h1>

<ul class="products">
   <?php
      foreach($products as $product_id => $product) {
          echo "<li>";
          echo '<a href="shirt.php?id=' . $product_id . '">';
          echo'<img src="' . $product["img"] . '" alt="' . $product["name"] . '">';
          echo "<p>View Details</p>";
          echo "</a>";
          echo "</li>";
        } 
    ?>
    </ul>



  </div>
</div>








<?php include('inc/footer.php'); ?>

Please enclose your code inside of three backticks ( ` ) so it will be displayed properly here in the forum. Three before your code and three after to close it. Thanks.

Take a look at the Markdown Cheatsheet (link below the comment box) for help with using backticks.