John Davidson

Beginner: Outputting php varibles inside html elements as values

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I have a declared html file which is then used as an include statement inside a php file.


<?php 
$social_width = "50";
$social_height = "50";
?>

and


<a href="https://www.instagram.com"><img src="instagram.png" width="<?php echo $social_width; ?>" height="<?php echo $social_height; ?>" style="padding-left:400px;"></a>

When I debug, that is to say, echo out the variables they do have the right set values. I tried using single and double quotes, escaping quotes but did not find the solution yet.



My Answer:
To output PHP variables inside HTML elements as values, you can use the following syntax:

html



Outputting PHP Variables


Welcome,


Your email address is:






In your PHP file, you can define the variables `$username` and `$email` before including the HTML file:

php
$username = "John Doe";
$email = "[email protected]";
?>




When the PHP file is executed, the HTML file will be included and the PHP variables will be outputted inside the HTML elements as values.

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