On Fri, 14 Sep 2001 08:59, Rebecca Donley wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am switching from VBScript/ASP to PHP and have run into a problem
> with HTML anchors.  My page has a list of links generated from a db. 
> The links reference a second page, which displays multiple records from
> the db to include the referenced one.  I need that page to load to the
> selected record based on the link from the previous page, with the
> other records ouputted before and after the selected record.  Since the
> selected record's location will vary on the page I need to use the html
> <a href=name> anchors.  The names of these anchors are also generated
> from the database.  The second page is loading to the top of the page,
> regardless of the anchors, which appear correctly in the html source
> code.  I suspect this is because my include header files are being sent
> to the browser before the anchors are generated.
> In ASP I could set the buffer to send the output to the browser all at
> once, which would solve this problem (I think) but I can find nothing
> similar in PHP.  Is there anything?  Or is there another way around
> this problem?
> Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.
> Rebecca

Output control functions may be what you are looking for.


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