Query String From Src

Jul 23, 2005

I was wondering if you can get the info from the query string in a server-side javascript tag?

Here's what I'm trying to do...

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i have javascript menu form my site that has two js file:
"data1.js"

PHP Code:

var isHorizontal=0;

var blankImage="images/blank.gif";
var fontStyle="normal 8pt Verdana";
var fontColor=["#000000","#000000"];
var fontDecoration=["none","none"];
etc....

var menuItems =
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††††["Page 1","page1.php","img/new1-05.gif","img/new1-05.gif","Page1"],

["Page 2","page2.php","img/new1-05.gif","img/new1-05.gif","Page2"],

etc...††††††††

];

// Do not remove this line!
apy_init();

and "apymenu.js"

I want to link "page1.php" pick up id from url (http://www.mysite.com/anypagewithid.php?id=34) and when i click at menu it has to be url page.php?id=<id_from_url>

I have try menu at site, it works fine ;-)

Also, how can include some php in menu, like list of mysql rows and etc.

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The page the *holds* the booking information, though, is problematic.

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I hate sites that disable right click menu. I hate sites where, when
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