The Smarty Purl Parameter Plugins help with handling GET parameters. They give you an easy way to manage parameters for hyperlinks in Smarty template files.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The default behaviour of purl was changed. It now automatically creates GET parameters with correctly escaped & for valid HTML. apurl does not do this and preserves the old behaviour, which means that the template variable typically should be piped through an escape routing like the modifier |escape:'html'. The code is now licensed under the MIT license.
Release Notes: URL detection when running PHP in CGI mode was fixed.
Release Notes: A problem related to dynamic loading of the included shared.class has been solved. Several warnings about uninitialized variables have been corrected. The code has been cleaned to have proper indentation and has been imported into CVS.
No changes have been submitted for this release.