[uf-discuss] Avoiding duplicate data on one page;
and same-page URL references.
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Fri Sep 22 16:38:07 PDT 2006
In message <F63CA166-25C5-42E9-B883-9803E4CDF522 at technorati.com>, Ryan
King <ryan at technorati.com> writes
>On Sep 22, 2006, at 12:21 PM, Andy Mabbett wrote:
>> In message <35C5A4AD-F436-4041-AE5D-FC3AF697FD0E at technorati.com>, Ryan
>> King <ryan at technorati.com> writes
>>>> I feel that there should be some way to declare, at the start of the
>>>> page, that all the events have the summary "WMBC Birmingham Branch
>>>> trip" and use the URL of that page - all data which is available to
>>>> visitors to the latter page, albeit not once for each event.
>>> "All of these events" do what?
>> I don't understand your question.
>I don't understand your above statement.
>You say "...there should be some way to declare, at the start of the
>page, that all events... [matching these conditions]..."
>What are you declaring about these events?
That they are "WMBC Birmingham Branch field trips"; and thus that the
summary for each event is "WMBC Birmingham Branch field trip".
Have you seen my first post in this thread?
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