At 16:54 26.11.2002, Erwin spoke out and said:
>> Actually, you should specify the URL with the &
>> yourself, like this:
>> <a HREF="show_pic.php?pic=blah&amp;caption=Some+Text">
>Of course not...this is a HREF tag, which can use & instead of &amp;. &amp;
>is for displaying purposes only, not for URL's.

Nope. As I just learnt from this list it _is_ valid to specify a query
string using &amp; as delimiter - it will be resolved by the browser the
same way as it is when it gets displayed.

Actually this is the only way to create W3C-compliant query strings.

Just check with the W3C HTML Validator:

   >O Ernest E. Vogelsinger 
   (\) ICQ #13394035 

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