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From "Collins, Jim" <>
Subject RE: OT Passing parameters to a link with an anchor
Date Tue, 24 Jun 2003 10:13:01 GMT
Thanks Nix,

I tried that and it worked.



-----Original Message-----
From: Nikola Milutinovic []
Sent: 24 June 2003 11:04
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: OT Passing parameters to a link with an anchor

> I have the following link in a page that works fine:
> <a name="notcurrent"
> href="/itinerary/">Trip</a>
> What I would like to do though is add an anchor so that I go to a
> point in the page so I tried including an anchor like this:
> <a name="notcurrent"
> href="/itinerary/">Trip</a>

This looks ugly, but I understand what you're trying to achieve. Have you
tried reversing the order?

<a href="/itinerary/">Trip</a>

If I understand correctly, "#..." part is interpreted (or ignored) by the
browser. So, the browser should cut off everything after the "#"sign, send
request for the first part and jump to an anchor defined by the second part.
So, in your case, the browser is cutting off the
"current?id=1111&expanded=true" and expecting an anchor in the resulting


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