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Link with number sign (#).

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CJ
Hello.

I have a link on my web page to a photo that looks like this:

/pics/Classroom#1.jpg

The problem, obviously, is that the file name contains a number sign
(#). The browser will only read up to the number sign, so it tries to
open a file called "/pics/Classroom".

Is there any way around this before I change the names of the many
photos I have.

Thank you,

CJ.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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CJ wrote:
Hello.

I have a link on my web page to a photo that looks like this:

/pics/Classroom#1.jpg


URL Encode the string.

/pics/Classroom%231.jpg

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