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I don't think "ListRest()" has anything to do with this... anybody else?
You want to use this in Cold Fusion correct? If so, then off the top of my head I'd try the getToken() function, assuming your reading the url element then I'd do it like this ...
Hope this helps you out
> You want to use this in Cold Fusion correct? If so, then off the top of my head
> I'd try the getToken() function, assuming your reading the url element then I'd
> do it like this ...
> Hope this helps you out
> var strForGoogle = "";
> strForGoogle = getToken(cgi.SCRIPT_NAME, 2, "#");
It will not work as the part after # is not sent to the server.
Is there any other way then? The thing is, we developed a Flash website and via SWFADRESS we create links who link directly to the correct page in Flash, now when these links get indexed by Google it will only see the HTML content on that page so we would have dozens of pages with the same HTML content. That's why we would like to generate the html content based on the page the user is currently on (f.e: http://www.website.com/#/products/product01/)