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 Inserting Arbitrary stuff into URLs

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Seth Wagoner
Posted: 03/10/2001, 4:51 AM

In some cases I'd like to insert some arbitrary name/value pairs into the
string passed on a URL - at the moment we can only pass values from database
fields. Any plans to add this functionality into Codecharge at some point?
Doesn't sound to tricky to implement. Is there a clever way to do it that
I've missed? I'd also like to be able to pass arbitrary name/value pairs
with the form posts in some cases. This isn't anyting urgent, I've actually
worked out another way to do what I was trying to do without the arbitrary
name/values, I just thought I'd mention it.

Cheers,

Seth.

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Seth Wagoner, Webfoundry Ltd
seth@webfoundry.co.nz - http://webfoundry.co.nz



   


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