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ampersands in urls W3C validation problem

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My website uses sessions and therefore sends PHPSessionID's throug the url
whenever a browser does not accept cookies. This works well except tha when
i try to validate the webpage with W3C it complains about my url's having &
which I should change in &. How can I tel my webserver to do that?
url: http://www.kunstenschool.nl

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wiert
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Wiert Dijkkamp <wi************@hccnet.nl> wrote:
My website uses sessions and therefore sends PHPSessionID's throug the url
whenever a browser does not accept cookies. This works well except tha when
i try to validate the webpage with W3C it complains about my url's having &
which I should change in &amp;. How can I tel my webserver to do that?


http://nl2.php.net/session#session.idpassing

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Wiert Dijkkamp wrote:
My website uses sessions and therefore sends PHPSessionID's throug the url
whenever a browser does not accept cookies. This works well except tha when
i try to validate the webpage with W3C it complains about my url's having &
which I should change in &amp;. How can I tel my webserver to do that?
url: http://www.kunstenschool.nl


Probably like this:

uncomment:

arg_separator.output = "&amp;"

in php.ini.

JP

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Jul 17 '05 #3

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