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So I got this code:

 

$pageTitle = $illustration["cinematic"]["full_name"];
For some reason it is not showing the proper content
However if I do this:
echo $illustration["cinematic"]["full_name"];
it gives me the result...
What am I doing wrong?
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Because you are only assigning $illustration["cinematic"]["full_name"] to $pageTitle variable, if you were to echo $pageTitle you should get same result as echo $illustration["cinematic"]["full_name"];

That's the thing, I have it echoing in the title of the head of the page. I even tried for the ###### of it to echo again within the body. It comes up blank.

What does this do?

$pageTitle = $illustration["cinematic"]["full_name"];echo "[". $illustration["cinematic"]["full_name"] ."] [". $pageTitle ."]";
I am totally confused...
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You'll have to show all your code, or at least the parts where $pageTitle is being printed. Make sure that the order and scope are correct.

 

It was order… I got confused because I tried putting:

 

$pageTitle = $illustration["cinematic"]["full_name"];

echo $pageTitle;

 

at the end, but there was still no result. This time I placed it after my preloaded php code and before the head loaded (rather than before both) and it functions. I should have clued into that before. Thanks for the nudge :)

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