|Subject:||Q: document fragment id's|
|Posted by:||crankypuss (…@email.thanks)|
|Date:||Sun, 03 Jan 2010|
Suppose you have a link like this,
<a href="example.com/test.htm#someplace">link to this section</a>
That's fine, the browser will go to ID "someplace" within the
specified document. Now if the link looks like this,
<a href="example.com/test.php#someplace">link to this section</a>
the result will be the same except that test.php needs to generate or
retrieve the document that contains ID=someplace.
Now, how can the PHP program "test.php" ever possibly generate a link
that will cause it to return exactly to "/test.php#someplace"?
I cannot find any way for the PHP script to determine that the
fragment "someplace" was sent. Was it in fact sent to the server, or
is it browser-private-business, or just what is going on when fragment
id's are used?
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