On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 12:26:10PM -0500, Shawn McKenzie wrote:

> Rob Gould wrote:
> > You are indeed correct!  Absolute URLs for everything, images, css,
> > javascript, and links fixed the issue.  Took me forever to change every
> > link in the whole site, but it's happy now.  Seems like there ought to
> > be an easier way.
> >
> There is an easier way.  The logic depends upon your app, but create a
> function that builds and optionally echos URLs for you.  It can work out
> the base url or you can do that when you initialize your app and define
> it as a constant.  It can be as simple or as complex as you need.
> <a href="<?php makelink($file, $arrayOfVars); ?>">Something</a>
> -- or --
> echo '<a href="' . makelink($file, $arrayOfVars) . '">Something</a>';


I initialize a "links" class from the config, and then use it to serve
up link text and URLs depending on the parameters I give it.


Paul M. Foster

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