Forum: Ruby on Rails how to handle '<a name= ' links?

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Patrick A. (Guest)
on 2007-02-03 20:50
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hey all
i have a <a name="item">item</a> and im trying to do a link that way:

    link_to 'item',:action=>'show',:id=>@item+'#item'

but i get %23item instead of the #item.

any idea whats wrong?

thanx in advance

Pat
Bill W. (Guest)
on 2007-02-03 21:13
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Hi Patrick,

Patrick A. wrote:
>    link_to 'item',:action=>'show',:id=>@item+'#item'
>
> but i get %23item instead of the #item

Coupla thoughts...

1) Rails may need you to use braces to parse that correctly.
e.g., link_to 'item', {:action=>'show',:id=>@item+'#item'}

2) Rails may have trouble with '#' as part of a symbol.

What's the full string you're getting back in params[:id] ?  That might
shed
some light.

hth,
Bill
Bill W. (Guest)
on 2007-02-03 21:17
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One more clue...

The ascii hex value for '#' is 23
Patrick A. (Guest)
on 2007-02-03 22:27
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thanx, i found it. anchor=> does the job :)
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