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Felix Geisendorfer's Blog:
Handling inline links to dynamic resources
November 08, 2006 @ 07:21:00

On the ThinkingPHP Blog today, there's a look at how to handle inline links to dynamic resources - specifically allowing users to create links in their own content to dynamic content elsewhere on the site.

I thought of something that would be both, easy to implement and easy to use. What I finally came up with is tightly coupled to my new url system that I'm using, so make sure to check it out in case you've missed it.

The basic idea of the system is that the URL of the page (made up partly of the title) would be the unique identifier for the page. For example, "[page 12]" would be expanded out to "/pages/12:my-title". Felix takes this idea and runs with it, showing how to implement it in a CakePHP project inside of a Model and a Component. The sample usage code is, of course, also included in the post.

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