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  1. Hello! I'm Skellri! I'm a digital illustrator pursuing a path in creature design! I love fantastical creatures ranging from commonly known mythological beasts, to creatures from Star Wars and Monster Hunter. I also absolutely enamoured by equines and dinosaurs/other paleo creatures! Currently I have a huge interest in the ARPG scene on deviantart, so I've spent a bit of time participating in that! I am relatively familiar with the pet site scene, I've done work for Sylestia, Cybura, Folk of Lore, Faenaria, and helped with assets for other projects here and there as well. I would lo
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  2. You have to be careful with a query like that. You should be validating that it is more than just set otherwise you could potentially get yourself into SQL injection territories. Adding in an "intval" could help with that just to 100% make the string an integer before being placed in your code. I've adjusted your code block to also remove the "else" section, because you can easily define it above, and won't run into scoping issues. $page = 1; if (isset($_GET["page"]) && ($value = intval($_GET["page"]))) { $page = $value; } $start_from = ($page-1) * $perpage; The ca
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