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redirection with anchor 10 May 2016 08:33 #13938

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Hi, I would like to apply an anchor to a redirection, i mean site.com/namecomponent/service/#id250

I do correctly the redirection with no code (because i am on the view) or i can do via applyRedirection

$this->applyRedirection($result, array(
'stay',
'com_namecomponent.service.default'
), array(
'cid[]' => null
));

how could i add an anchor here ???

thanks in advance
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redirection with anchor 10 May 2016 12:03 #13940

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What does 'anchor' means for you ?

This redirection will be applied AFTER a task execution.
First array of parameters
[0] => if the result is FALSE
[1] => if the result is TRUE

Second array of parameters
Define the vars you want in the url.

If you want to use this redirector, you must create a function in the controller catching a task.
Are you really sure to do that ?

If you need a simple link using SEO, you can do it with JDom: html.link
using 'route' parameter containing associatives values :
'route' => array(
 'option' => 'mycomponent',
 'view' => 'myview',
 '..' => '..'
);

Hope it helps.
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redirection with anchor 10 May 2016 13:16 #13944

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I have a view where i have a list of small forms
<div id="form1"><form ....
</form>
</div>
...
..

So i can change a value inside this form, it goes to the controller and then it come back to this view.
That's fine
The problem is that everytime i save a form, when reload the page it display the top of the page, i would like to display the page at the level of the modified form, so i would like to add at the end of the returning path #form8 for instance
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redirection with anchor 11 May 2016 10:39 #13953

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Ok. I understand.
No it is not possible at the moment.

Wait... I can have a look, this is pretty easy to add..
Hold on.
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redirection with anchor 11 May 2016 10:50 #13954

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Et voilà...

Job done.

Now, you can set up your anchor in the vars array.
Simply use the '#' char to define it as follow :
$this->applyRedirection($result, array(
	'stay',
	'com_xxxxxx.cities.default'
), array(
	'cid[]' => null,
	'#' => 'myAnchor'
));

Simple feature, but simple, efficient and usefull.
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redirection with anchor 11 May 2016 16:30 #13958

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heh ;)
great I ll use that too!
if you hit toggle button on collection the page reloads and goes to top,

now its fixed only have to change
controller
and toggle() function

had some strange issues but
i ve changed
case 'default.toggle'
to
case 'default.toggle_open'
and make it work.
Last Edit: 11 May 2016 16:38 by krasy.
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redirection with anchor 11 May 2016 20:02 #13961

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P E R F E C T !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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