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PHP Using PHP with MySQL Filtering Input for Queries Using a WHERE Clause

"%20" in single product urls

Since I've created the products table, my urls to single products look like this: "http://localhost/shirts4mike/%20'shirts/'%20104/". I followed the video step-by-step, so I don't know what went wrong. How can I fix it?

2 Answers

A browser will sometimes turn spaces or characters into unicode. If you don't want that you can use a dash or underscore.

%20 is a space character.