[thelist] PHP and anchors

Jason Lustig lustig at acsu.buffalo.edu
Sat Jan 13 13:08:31 CST 2001

Yeah, I tried that. But the "#anchor" in the URL messed with my querystring.
That's the problem.




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>[mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of Hendrik Mans
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>Subject: RE: [thelist] PHP and anchors
>> I have seen this done, but am not sure how to. I want to set up,
>in a .php
>> file, anchor names so that I can link to the different parts of the page
>> directly in the HTML - however, it messes with the querystring.
>Is there a
>> way that this can be done? I have seen it in ASP (thought I dont
>know how,
>> and if I did, it probably wouldn't help much). For example:
>Since anchors are standard HTML, all you need to do is print them using the
>echo() or print() functions, or just by escaping from the PHP script.
>  print("<a name=\"foo\"></a>");
>  echo("<a name=\"foo\"></a>");
>  ... ?><a name="foo"</a><?php ...
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