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PHP Enhancing a Simple PHP Application Adding Search: Controller & View Accounting for Empty Results

Phil Ward
Phil Ward
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Enhancing a PHP application - problem adding values into array

seems a really simply last step, but i can seem to pass. is it not just a case of adding a value to the array at the top of the page, or the other changes need to be made as well?

index.php
<?php

    $recommendations = array();
    $reccomendations[] = "Avocado Chocolate";

?>

<html>
<body>

  <h1>Flavor Recommendations</h1>

  <?php
      if (!empty($recommendations)) {
                echo "<ul>";
                foreach($recommendations as $flavor) {
                echo '<li> $flavor </li>';
               }
                echo "</ul>";
          }     else {
                echo '<p>There are no flavor recommendations for you.</p>' ;
            }

  ?>


</body>
</html>

1 Answer

there's a typo in your recommendations array variable - try that and see if it works!

If not, can you post the question and some background?

<?php

    $recommendations = array();
    $reccomendations[] = "Avocado Chocolate";

should be

<?php

    $recommendations = array();
    $recommendations[] = "Avocado Chocolate";