Re: How to get the "fragment" portion of a URI from $r
- John Siracusa wrote:
> On 4/14/03 6:11 PM, Iain Truskett wrote:As a workaround you could do:
>>* John Siracusa (siracusa@...) [15 Apr 2003 07:06]:
>>>This is troubling...is the fragment only a client-side feature?
> Ick. I guess that means it's impossible to redirect someone to a secure
> version of the exact URL that was requested, because I have no way of
> knowing what the fragment part of the URL is! Who designed this protocol
> anyway... ;)
/foo/bar/blah#blah or /foo/bar?blah#blah
where /foo/bar is the real resource, of course you will have to modify your
HTML to have the #fragment also included at the end of the url.
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