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Old 02-01-2002
Question A very quick question

Just a super quick question:

how do you put a link in your php code.
I want to make a link to something in /tmp directory.
i.e. how do you put a href into php, I think it's done a bit differently.
thanks
john
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Old 02-01-2002
Either close your PHP and make the link like normal:

Code:
?>

 <A HREF=http://somelink>

<?php  ...


OR, use the echo or print functions in PHP:

Code:
<?php

echo "<A HREF=http://somelink>foo</A>"

?>


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