Some misunderstanding here... possibly because of native language differences? If you look at my post here on March 3 at 10:56:32 am you will see that I *did* take the solution offered
(gratefully) and wrote:
'... I tried it again by copying your example and it *worked* just fine!"
and I also thanked cwsoft for providing the example of the correct syntax used to create a custom configuration array.
Then I asked a question about the use of "=>" in his example, because not having done much PHP coding I had never run into that operator before. Since I know that PHP *does* use the "=" sign in other cases I didn't realize that it also uses "=>" as a special kind of equal sign. In every other programming language => or <= means "equal to or greater than"
But after following the links jacobi22 and Manuela provided, I now also know that PHP can also use "==" and "===" for tighter control, since plain old "=" in PHP can return "loose" results.
If someone had said, "That's just another way PHP says equal to" I would have understood. I know all languages have their own unique quirks.
And, guys, I never suggested using some other language besides PHP -- I was just trying to better understand PHP and cwsoft's code example.