09-01-2006, 01:25 AM
Title of the thread says it all really - I'm not even sure whether to be looking for a JS or PHP solution (my instinct is JS). Anyone have any ideas?
09-01-2006, 01:34 AM
So I assume you already are able to see what the referring page is?
You just want to grab the title?
Or, are you thinking about opening a log file and reading in the referring
I'm not sure how you are seeing the referral URLs to begin with.
09-01-2006, 01:49 AM
Sorry, the referring URL is in the query string. I'm creating a bookmarking system where you have a button on your toolbar with this JS function:
If you know del.icio.us, it's basically that kind of deal.
EDIT: I've just realised I can probably encode the title at the same time as the URL. Doh! *potters off to try that out*
EDIT: It works, kind of...
These two functions work seperately to get the two bits of information I need:
However, I'm not sure how to combine them to get the query string I need, which would look something like ?url=[referring url]&title=[referring title]. It's the apostrophes seperating up the link and the encodeURI functions that are playing up. Having tried the obvious (JS in red for clarity)...
09-01-2006, 03:06 AM
You left out the + in href)+'&title