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Bug #784 PHP Notice if no url prefix matches a menu entry
Submitted: 2004-02-18 10:08 UTC
From: matthias Assigned: avb
Status: Closed Package: HTML_Menu
PHP Version: Irrelevant OS:
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 [2004-02-18 10:08 UTC] matthias
Description: ------------ There is a PHP Notice if no url prefix matches a menu entry. If you only have one URL (/news/) in the menu and you enter a URL like /index.php the following notice is thrown: Notice: Undefined index: in /usr/share/pear/HTML/Menu.php on line 462


 [2004-02-18 23:52 UTC] morten at holdflod dot dk
The error also occurs when inserting urls with querystrings in the menu. ex: <?php array( 1 => array( 'title' => 'Menu item 1', 'url' => '/item1.php?LookHere=ThisGivesAnError', ), 2 => array( 'title' => 'Menu item 2', 'url' => '/item2.php?LookHere=ThisGivesAnError', ) ); ?>
 [2004-02-19 14:22 UTC] avb
By default HTML_Menu assumes that your URLs do not have querystrings. If you want to use URLs with querystings, you should either make HTML_Menu take the "current" URL from the var other than PHP_SELF[1] or set this URL manually[2] [1] [2]
 [2004-02-21 15:48 UTC] avb
Fixed in CVS.