Ok, I've been looking at this for about an hour now and can find no rhyme or reason why this isn't working.
I'm from the UK, and am trying to implement a bit of Geo Targetting into my website. I've created a function that queries a database fine, so that when I output $country from my laptop, the string "GB" is printed on the screen.
Now for some reason, when I put in the following code, the string value changes to "US" despite the fact that I'm still accessing exactly the same page from exactly the same location:
echo('<link rel="stylesheet" href="../style/us.css" type="text/css" media="screen" />');
echo('<link rel="stylesheet" href="../style/default.css" type="text/css" media="screen" />');
When that simple if() statement is put on to the page, the string GB disappears and the string "US" appears in its place.
I just don't understand it! How can that be possible from a simple if() statement? No where am I changing the value of the $country variable, so why should it change when I input a simple piece of code??
Any help would be seriously appreciated.
Thanks very much.
Try two equal signs in the if statement, you are using an assignment operator and saying:
if (set country to US (returns true I think)), so it processes the first set..