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    Clip Variable

    Im using a PHP variable to define a span tag. However, the spaces in the php varaible seem to be causing problems with the span tag, so I was wondering if anyone can tell me a way to clip the variable down to the first 3 letters and use that.

    For example, variable1=HELLO WORLD, variable2=HEL

    Here is my HTML:

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            <a href="#" class="buttonx"><span class="<?php echo $_product->gettesting() ?>">This item is <?php echo $_product->gettesting() ?></span></a>
    Can someone explain to me in idiot proof steps what I need to do?

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    Does this create a new variable, or remove characters from the same variable?

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    it does both depending on what you want to use it for

    PHP Code:
    $newvar substr($oldvar0,3); // Creates a new variable $newvar and assigns it to that
    $oldvar substr($oldvar0,3); // Changes the old variable $oldvar to the three letters 
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