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just need to add, this undocumented (?) 128-char limit is so fucking STUPID.
yeah like i said, that's kind of what i'm doing already... the links are coming from an xml file, getting rendered to link to asfunction:_level0.linkResolver... and the linkResolver function then looks up the link in xml, and ddoes the getURL with the actual url...
(yeah i could do it on backend as you say, but we're not using a db for any of this junque)
not hard to bust 128 chars on links to stuff buried on big sites...
wow thats some link you have their then.
try calling a php page with an id and using the header to call the long url? you'll need to store the long urls in a db tho
Anyone know of a way to get around the 128-character length limit on a-href contents when html is rendered in flash?
For now i've run it round using asfunction and a reference array, but it's less than ideal...