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From Randy Terbush <>
Subject Re: Any way around this?
Date Fri, 16 May 1997 22:00:24 GMT
> Not sure if this is an Apache or an HTML issue, but here goes...
> We've got an image map that's supposed to jump down the page to particular
> anchors, depending on where they clicked, of course.  This works fine when
> it's defined client-side, but when it's server side, the #s in the map file
> are being treated as a comment, instead of an anchor.
> Some of the things we've tried thus far...
> rect #Milwaukee 42,30 61,65
> rect \#Waukesha 10,30 42,65
> rect %23RacineKenosha 28,65,69,99
> The first one just acts as a comment, the second and third ones want a file 
> that begins with a literal '#'...

What does the third and or second do if you put the entire URL in 
there?  ie http://server/file%23RacineKenosha

You might also try setting Base to the file that this is being used 

> I could have the rect's URL go to an .asis which sends it along back to the
> right spot, but that's a bit messy...
> -- 
> Jake Buchholz                            
> Exec-PC Internet Systems Administrator               

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