Am having lots of questions pop up, so am posting them as I think them..hope you don't mind
Having read that ideally, you should not use SELECT * and specify which columns you want instead, e.g.
SELECT column1, column2 FROM...
I have successfully changed all my coding accordingly with one exception:
while ($gptp <=5)
$gptget = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM $gptplan
WHERE userid = '$gptuser' AND email = '$gptemail' LIMIT 1");
while($row = mysql_fetch_array($gptget))
while ($gptlvl <=9)
Any ideas how I could work this one? Or am I allowed to occasionally have an exception to the rule?