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PHP output_add_rewrite_var() Function

❮ PHP Output Control Functions


Add variables to URLs in the output:

// Make the URL rewriter affect <a href> and <form> tags

// Add a variable
output_add_rewrite_var('var', 'value');

// Output a link and a form
echo '<a href="">This link\'s URL will have a variable</a>';
echo '<form>';
echo '<p>This form will have a hidden input</p>';
echo '<input type="text" name="hello">';
echo '</form>';
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Definition and Usage

The output_add_rewrite_var() function adds a variable to URLs in HTML tags and hidden inputs to forms. The tags which are affected depend on the configuration of the url_rewriter.tags setting in php.ini.


output_add_rewrite_var(name, value);

Parameter Values

Parameter Description
name The name of the variable to be added to URLs and the content of the name attribute of hidden inputs in forms.
value The value of the variable to be added to URLs and the content of the value attribute of hidden inputs in forms.

Technical Details

Return Value: TRUE on success, FALSE on failure
PHP Version: 4.3+

❮ PHP Output Control Functions