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  • #16
    GumSlone way is a better way of doing it, however here is another way:
    PHP Code:
    $uipadd mysql_fetch_array(mysql_query("SELECT ipadd FROM siteusers WHERE id='".$who."'"));
    $ip preg_split("/[,]+/"$uipadd[0]);
    echo 
    "<center><b>Ip:</b> <a href="lists.php?action=byip&amp;who=$who">$ip[0]</a></center>"

    However i think the real problem here is the mysql array is being edited by thunderwap to:
    PHP Code:
    $uipadd mysql_fetch_array(mysql_query("SELECT ipadd FROM siteusers WHERE id='".$who."'"));
    $arr explode(',',$uipadd); //returns the first object of the mysql array which is the dual ip address
    $ip $arr[0];

      echo 
    '<center><b>Ip:</b> <a href="lists.php?action=byip&amp;who='.$who.'">'.$ip.'</a></center>'
    (Original post says: $web=explode(",",$uipadd); )

    when it should be like this edited version:
    PHP Code:
    $uipadd mysql_fetch_array(mysql_query("SELECT ipadd FROM siteusers WHERE id='".$who."'"));
    $arr explode(',',$uipadd[0]); //The mysql array now has array index number :D (or could have stuck to gums original way with the array name)
    $ip $arr[0];

      echo 
    '<center><b>Ip:</b> <a href="lists.php?action=byip&amp;who='.$who.'">'.$ip.'</a></center>'

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    • #17
      thank you so much something else and gumslone. it worked.

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