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Re: [RFC] & in URLs

On Tue, Nov 14, 2000 at 09:25:38AM +0100, Werner Heuser wrote:
> ...
> >   c.2) By default, substitutions are performed.  An extra attribute
> >        preserve from this substitution either in link, or in both text
> >        and links.
> Me, too. I use the & in the URLs of some of my pages, because
> `tidy' produced errors otherwise. I never encountered any
> problems with this construct.
> Therefore I appreciate this new feature.

But then, your
  <href url="foo.html?bar=x&amp;baz=quux">
will be transformed into
  <a href="foo.html?bar=x&amp;amp;baz=quux">foo.html?bar=x&amp;amp;baz=quux</a>
unless a special attribute is set.

If there is no objection, i will implement c.2, since there is a
consensus on it.

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