Ugh.Like within php it returns true with ===?
Now I don't get that error anymore. I'm not even sure why. Rolled back the code, still don't get that error anymore.
Instead I have another problem now
The verifyid token isn't returning anything.
I'm trying to use a hardcoded value, and a passed in value. PHP says they're the same, but for some reason, it works with the hard coded value, but not the passed in value.
Programming is supposed to be logical! That does not make sense lol.