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add link in template and keep "l=", "mode=" etc. tags?
« on: December 29, 2002, 01:37:13 AM »
I'm trying add a link from menu to a new template. (statistic.php)
but I cant figure out how it can keep all the tags that come after "?" sign in the url?
for ex.
I changed language to russian and so, in the url it shows like this:

all URLs that generated by php codes (links to images, user options so on) keeping "l=russian" tag, but the links from template r loosing it.
so, when I click on the link that point to ./statistic.php it will loose "l=russian" tag...
how can I make it keep "l=" tag?
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