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Displaying information after a # in PHP_SELF

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Hello,
say i have a weblocation [a href=\"http://someurl.com/index.php#here\" target=\"_blank\"]http://someurl.com/index.php#here[/a], how would i get the information after the # sign, php_self only returns index.php. I am in need of the 'here' text.

Thanks in advance, its hard doing a search on a pound sign :-p

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[!--quoteo(post=367060:date=Apr 21 2006, 01:53 AM:name=Doqrs)--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE(Doqrs @ Apr 21 2006, 01:53 AM) [snapback]367060[/snapback][/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]
Hello,
say i have a weblocation [a href=\"http://someurl.com/index.php#here\" target=\"_blank\"]http://someurl.com/index.php#here[/a], how would i get the information after the # sign, php_self only returns index.php. I am in need of the 'here' text.

Thanks in advance, its hard doing a search on a pound sign :-p
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hmm i tried this with a couple of files and a phpinfo(), but couldn't actually find anything. i'd probably say then it's not possible to do it this way.
however, there maybe alternative ways of getting your desired effect, depending on what youre trying to achieve?

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well im using ajax to load the content of my page, and am changing the document.href in javascript after the content loads ( i want to be able to copy and paste the link to be able to hotlink to a certain area). Anyways all the stuff is done with javascript but i wanted to be able to get the variables into php without having to manage cookies.

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This will help you on your way. I found this when trying to do the same thing.

If you set a variable to contain the value of selfURL(); you will then be able to use substr to get whatever is after the #.



[code]
<?php

function selfURL() {
$s = empty($_SERVER["HTTPS"]) ? ''
  : ($_SERVER["HTTPS"] == "on") ? "s"
  : "";
$protocol = strleft(strtolower($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]), "/").$s;
$port = ($_SERVER["SERVER_PORT"] == "80") ? ""
  : (":".$_SERVER["SERVER_PORT"]);
return $protocol."://".$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'].$port.$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];
}
function strleft($s1, $s2) {
return substr($s1, 0, strpos($s1, $s2));
}

?>
[/code]

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[!--quoteo(post=367170:date=Apr 21 2006, 01:10 PM:name=wisewood)--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE(wisewood @ Apr 21 2006, 01:10 PM) [snapback]367170[/snapback][/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]
This will help you on your way. I found this when trying to do the same thing.

If you set a variable to contain the value of selfURL(); you will then be able to use substr to get whatever is after the #.
[code]
<?php

function selfURL() {
$s = empty($_SERVER["HTTPS"]) ? ''
  : ($_SERVER["HTTPS"] == "on") ? "s"
  : "";
$protocol = strleft(strtolower($_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"]), "/").$s;
$port = ($_SERVER["SERVER_PORT"] == "80") ? ""
  : (":".$_SERVER["SERVER_PORT"]);
return $protocol."://".$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'].$port.$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];
}
function strleft($s1, $s2) {
return substr($s1, 0, strpos($s1, $s2));
}

?>
[/code]
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but all of your methods here containt variables from the $_SERVER array, which i checked whilst looking through the phpinfo(). notably, $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] which i would have expected to hold the result - didnt work there, either.

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just curious, but why use the # instead of the ? anyway

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[!--quoteo(post=367214:date=Apr 21 2006, 11:19 AM:name=wisewood)--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE(wisewood @ Apr 21 2006, 11:19 AM) [snapback]367214[/snapback][/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]
just curious, but why use the # instead of the ? anyway
[/quote]
All of the pages load via ajax, and i dont want the page to refresh because there is a flash audio player in the top.

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