"Phillip S. Baker" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Is there an easy way to pull all the variables after the URL?
> Let use say that the page I am looking at is this.
> www.somewhere.com/pages.php?id=27&color=red&bgcolor=green
> Now on the page I want a link to have the 3 variables from above.
> I know I can do this.
> <a href="another_page.php?id=<?php echo $id ?>&color=<?php echo $color
> ?>&bgcolor=<?php echo $bgcolor ?>">Click Here</a>
> But I am wondering if there is a basica funciton or call I can use to pull
> all the values and variables.
> So the code might be as simple as
> <a href="another_page.php?<?php call_to_some_function(); ?>">Click

phpinfo(); is your friend.  Insert into a PHP script which has a query
string (the part of the URL after the ?) and look at the environment
variables available and listed in the output generated by phpinfo().  The
variable you're looking for is $QUERY_STRING, but you really should get
familiar with all of the other variables available since there are many that
are quite useful.  Also see parse_url() in the manual since it lets you grab
each of the URL's components separately and you can supply the URL as
$SCRIPT_URI, $SCRIPT_URL or something similar.

Steve Werby
President, Befriend Internet Services LLC

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