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Hi,My site proposes a form of registrationThe field "color" proposes checkboxes with multiple choices.If the user during his registration marks the blue checkbox, then in its profile the image blue.gif is going to display correctly.If the user marks the blue and red checkboxes, in its profile the code asks me for the image bluered.gifNow I would like that the code shows me images blue.gif and red.gif.Here's my code:$Color= _t("Color").": "._t($aPreValues['Color'][$p_arr['Color']]['LKey']).' <img src="'. ($site['img'].strtolower($p_arr['Color'])) .'.gif" alt="Color" />'; Thank you

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Checkboxes aren't in a SQL table, they're in an HTML form. I assume that you're storing one value for each checkbox in the database, right? As opposed to all the values in one place. So, you should be able to get the user's record from the database and loop through each checkbox to display the image. What I don't understand is how this:($site['img'].strtolower($p_arr['Color']))comes to be "redblue" instead of having only a single value. You should have an array of colors to loop through and display each one, why are the different colors part of the same value?

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Checkboxes aren't in a SQL table, they're in an HTML form. I assume that you're storing one value for each checkbox in the database, right? As opposed to all the values in one place. So, you should be able to get the user's record from the database and loop through each checkbox to display the image. What I don't understand is how this:($site['img'].strtolower($p_arr['Color']))comes to be "redblue" instead of having only a single value. You should have an array of colors to loop through and display each one, why are the different colors part of the same value?
If i want display text without image here s the code:$Color= _t("Color").": ".process_line_output($p_arr['Color']);It will display:Color : blue (1 checkbox)Color : blue,red (2 checkboxes)
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Well, I'm not sure what your _t or process_line_output functions are doing, but if you have a comma-separated list of colors in either the $p_arr['Color'] variable or from the process_line_output function, you can use the explode function to split the comma-separated list into an array, and then loop through the array and output one image tag (or whatever you want to output) for each item in the array.http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.explode.php

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