In an earlier message,  Derick Rethans [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] said ...

> Yes it is. Actually, you should specify the URL with the
> & yourself, like this:

> <a HREF="show_pic.php?pic=blah&amp;caption=Some+Text">

> otherwise it is not valid HTML.

I understand that using '&' is technically not correct HTML.  But I don't
see how changing the '&' -> '&amp;' solves my problem.

But just to be sure I tried it.  Sure enough, this caused the error to

I'm missing something here.  If you use '&amp;' to separate arguments on the
query string, how do they get separated out for access via $_GET?

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