Jon, thanx for the fast response, but the problem is that the link is
made dynamically from a DB and the varvalue changes on every link... if
it helps, I make this link list with a FOR loop in PHP and the varvalues
I want to pass are the IDs of a table elements.
Cesar L. Aracena
Neuquén (8300) Capital
De: Jon Haworth [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Enviado el: miércoles, 18 de diciembre de 2002 7:50
Para: 'Cesar Aracena'; Php-General@Lists. Php. Net
> I want one of my links to open a brand-new
> but I don't know how to pass a variable so
> the opened PHP file knows which info to get
> from MySQL...
In your launchinfopage() function, presumably you're specifying the url
the page ("foo.php" or something)?
If so, just tack the variables on the end of the url as normal:
And then, in foo.php, look in the $_GET array:
echo "varname is ". $_GET['varvalue'];
I do this quite a lot, I can go and dig up the code if you're still
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