The link_to url problem

hi,all
im making one tag,such as : <%=link_to “test”,
{:host=>“www.itsdargens.com”,:controller=>“vivid”}%>

but,the “:host” tag didnt work properly.it always render the “http://
127.0.0.1:3000/vivid” that is my localhost server.

have you ever found the same problem? thanks

Vincent.Z wrote:

hi,all
im making one tag,such as : <%=link_to “test”,
{:host=>“www.itsdargens.com”,:controller=>“vivid”}%>

but,the “:host” tag didnt work properly.it always render the “http://
127.0.0.1:3000/vivid” that is my localhost server.

I ever don’t know there is a :host option. But if you really want to
link to http://a.url.com/vivid, you can using:
<%link_to(“test”, “http://a.url.com/vivid”)%>
or just using a html tag directly.

Vincent.Z wrote:

im making one tag,such as : <%=link_to “test”,
{:host=>“www.itsdargens.com”,:controller=>“vivid”}%>

but,the “:host” tag didnt work properly.it always render the “http://
127.0.0.1:3000/vivid” that is my localhost server.

Try adding an :only_path => false option.


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