On Wed, Aug 18, 2004 at 12:24:22PM +0100 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Kae Verens thought:
> kevin wrote:
>> >$urlcode = urlencode($cornishword);
> >echo "<a href=\"scripts/popup.php?cword=$urlcode\">test</a>";
> >When I use the above it works fine until I hit words like conveÅ£haz which PHP
> >sees on the other side as conve with the rest chopped off. Any ideas?
>> don't forget to decode it
Will using "method=POST" bypass all this trouble in the first place? Are
there places where POST is not an option and GET must be used instead?
Conor (PHP newbie...)
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