View Set Page Fix

This will be your viewset.php file (if you are using the set hack)

<?php include("mytcg/settings.php");
$set = $_GET['set'];
<h1>Cards > <?php echo $set ?></h1>

Below you will find all of the current card decks arranged alphabetically in categories. 
The <b>#</b> indicates the number of cards, while the <b>$</b> indicates the worth of the 
cards. Looking for the upcoming list? Click <a href="upcoming.php">here</a>. Looking for 
one deck in particular? Try using <i>ctrl/command + f</i> to find it.<br /><br />

for($i=1; $i<=$num_categories; $i++) {
$catnum = $i;
$select = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM `$table_cards` WHERE `category`='$catnum' AND set1='$set' ORDER BY `category`, `description`");
$count = mysql_num_rows($select);

if($count==0) {}

else {

echo "<h1>$category[$i]</h1>\n";
echo "<table width=\"100%\">\n";
echo "<tr><td width=\"35%\"><b>Deck</b></td><td width=\"60%\"><b>Description</b></td><td width=\"25%\"><b>#/$</b></td></tr>\n";

while($row2=mysql_fetch_assoc($select)) {

echo "<tr><td><a href=\"viewcards.php?deck=$row2[filename]\">$row2[deckname]</a></td><td>$row2[description]</td><td>";
if($row[filename]=="member") {
$select2 = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM `$table_members` WHERE `membercard`='Yes'");
$memnum = mysql_num_rows($select2);
echo "$memnum/0";
else {
echo "$row2[count]/$row2[worth]";
echo "</td></tr>\n";

echo "</table>";
echo "<br /><br />\n\n";

include("$footer"); ?>