Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2004 19:47:10 +0100 
From: "Michelle Konzack" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
Subject: Re: passing both an anchor and a variable 

Hello Perry, 

> How do you append both an anchor and a variable to a
URL with PHP?

Try something like this:


Or read this:

(no version information, might be only in CVS)

hw_api->insertanchor -- Inserts a new object of type
object insertanchor ( array parameter)

This function is a shortcut for hwapi_insert(). It
inserts an object of type anchor and sets some of the
attributes required for an anchor. The parameter array
contains the required elements 'object' and
'documentIdentifier' and the optional elements
'destinationIdentifier', 'parameter', 'hint' and
'attributeSelector'. The 'documentIdentifier'
specifies the document where the anchor shall be
inserted. The target of the anchor is set in
'destinationIdentifier' if it already exists. If the
target does not exists the element 'hint' has to be
set to the name of object which is supposed to be
inserted later. Once it is inserted the anchor target
is resolved automatically. 

See also hwapi_insertdocument(),
hwapi_insertcollection(), hwapi_insert(). 

I hope this helps. :)


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