[interchange-docs] [SCM] Interchange XML documentation branch, master, updated. 8f7b7b508ae8c249db5881c96af229f6e7786cbf

Stefan Hornburg interchange-cvs at icdevgroup.org
Tue Mar 9 15:37:37 UTC 2010

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commit 8f7b7b508ae8c249db5881c96af229f6e7786cbf
Author: Stefan Hornburg (Racke) <racke at linuxia.de>
Date:   Tue Mar 9 16:37:05 2010 +0100

    added hint about how to produce CGI parameters within Interchange


Summary of changes and diff:
 glossary/CGI |   13 ++++++++++++-
 1 files changed, 12 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)

diff --git a/glossary/CGI b/glossary/CGI
index fca1542..6d59fda 100644
--- a/glossary/CGI
+++ b/glossary/CGI
@@ -19,7 +19,18 @@ I think it's simple enough to notice variables <literal>mv_arg</literal> and
 <literal>mv_pc</literal> being submitted. The GET method is very convenient
 because all data is embedded in the URL, making it very easy to copy and
 share links with other people.
+It is recommended to create these links in Interchange with &tag-area;.,e.g.:
+<a href="[area href="" form="param1=foo
+  param2=bar"]">FOO & BAR</a>
 The other method is called POST. This way, the information is sent in a way
 not visible to the user. POST forms have this disadvantage of not being suitable
 for copy-pasting &glos-HTML; links directly, but they do offer greater

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