At 14.04.2002 14:55, you wrote:
>now i have come up to this: <?
>print ("<a href=german$PHP_SELF>link german</a>");
echo '<a href="german/'.$PHP_SELF.'/link german</a>");
It should like this, but I don´t know your encironment, so I put some "/" in
hope you get it fixed
or if you want to cat these vars to a new word
$link = "german".$PHP_SELF."link german";
echo '<a href="'.$link.'">FOO</a>");
>and this seems to work as long as i add these php tags inside html, but how
>any ideas that could help me? or would you need to look at the array?
Maybe you´re mixin´up two things, where php is enough.
you should escape them and/or the " .
so it would look like
echo " some javacode \' (foo)\' ";
You´re just delivering a page to the clients browser.
>Btw. excuse the question but what means HTH in the end of our reply?
Hope this helps
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>At 13.04.2002 12:04, you wrote:
> >hi folks,
> >i am somewhat like a new newbie, just read my first php tutorial, installed
> >an apache server on my windows and php on top for testing , first question
> >is : is this the right place for me here to ask questions or is this
> >newsgroup rather for advanced users?
>You´re welcome here, if your questions related to php. If there are specific
>php-windows questions, you should ask them on the windowsPHP list.
> >second question is my task i want to complete in PHP :
> >i have an array for a dhtml navigation menu for my site. all the links are
> >"hard coded" inside the array and are , of course , the same for the whole
> >site EXCEPT for the language selection.
> >now, for example, i am on a page called about.php, i am clicking on the
> >for the german version and a page called german/about.php should be
> >retrieved. same for spanish.
> >now, what do i do?
> >i have found a php snippet that reads the current url <?php
> >but can i use this somehow and how do i do that?
>You can shorten this :
>echo "<a href="'$HTTP_HOST."/german/".$PHP_self.'">German</a>';
>echo "<a href="'$HTTP_HOST."/spanish/".$PHP_self.'">Espanol</a>';
>but it should be enough if you use
>echo "<a href="'german/".$PHP_self.'">German</a>';
>assuming that this dir/page is locatet in the root of your vserver.
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