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iwato posted a topic in CSSEXPERIMENT ONE: Open to the Grammar Captive Podcast Hostpage without a Query. Observe the vertical alignment of the sidebar in relationship to the page's banner. If you experience the same as I, the sidebar will be top aligned with both the navigation and middle content panels. EXPERIMENT TWO: Open to the Grammar Captive Podcast Hostpage with a Query String Attached to the HTTPRequest Open to the Proxy Request Page. Click where it says Proxy Link. Observe the middle panel that opens. It should be a reference to Podcast No. 21. Observe the vertical alignment of the sidebar in relationship to the page's banner and other aforementioned elements. If you experience the same as I, the sidebar is no longer top-aligned with the page's navigation bar and middle content panel. EXPERIMENT THREE: Repeat Experiment One, but Open to the Podcast No. 21 Panel from the Already Opened Page. Click where it says ALL in the navigation bar. Click on the phrase Podcast Index ... Find Podcast No. 21 Click where it says Discover more ... Click on the command Click and Listen. Observe the alignment of the sidebar. It remains top aligned with the navigation bar and middle panel. QUESTION ONE: How might one explain this phenomenon? QUESTION TWO: And, what corrective action can be taken to prevent it? Roddy
BACKGROUND: In the past I have retrieved an HTTPRequest via the $_GET superglobal, used the data from the superglobal to access a MySQL database, and from the thus retrieved data, generated an array of parameter values that I then assigned to a local array. This local array was then assigned to a $_SESSION variable where it was used for other purposes. This time, I would like to make the routing of data less circuitous. QUESTION: Does the following expression make sense? $_SESSION = $_GET; Roddy