RE: [PHP] An idea for a PHP tool

2002-01-03 Thread Jason Murray
Like google has it's toolbar, why not have a PHP Manual toolbar? That would be *great*. Just type in the function name and hit go and the manual comes up. You could probably work a bit of javascript magic in a bookmark to do the same thing. I've seen bookmarks that pop up a javascript

RE: [PHP] An idea for a PHP tool

2002-01-03 Thread Christopher William Wesley
On Fri, 4 Jan 2002, Jason Murray wrote: I've seen bookmarks that pop up a javascript input window and then use the input in the resulting URL. So, take the manual query via javascript input and then append it to the www.php.net url. There are tips on the php site for making the

RE: [PHP] An idea for a PHP tool

2002-01-03 Thread James Cox
, January 04, 2002 12:03 AM To: 'Mike Eheler'; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] An idea for a PHP tool Like google has it's toolbar, why not have a PHP Manual toolbar? That would be *great*. Just type in the function name and hit go and the manual comes up. You could probably

Re: [PHP] An idea for a PHP tool

2002-01-03 Thread Mike Eheler
Through suggestions of people here is the code I produced for a bookmark: javascript:void(srch=prompt('Function Name?',''));if(srch) {self.location.href='http://download.php.net/search.php?pattern=' +srch+ 'show=quickref';}; Of course that should all go on one line. That is a good hack for

Re: [PHP] An idea for a PHP tool

2002-01-03 Thread David Minor
It's also worth noting here that typing a keyword (or maybe it's just function names?) in place of a directory after www.php.net does the same thing. ie, 'www.php.net/extract' takes you to the extract page in the manual. HTH, dm Mike Eheler wrote: Through suggestions of people here is the code