I know it’s likely a dumb question, but I couldn’t find answers in the threads or anywhere else for that matter.
I’m using asual’s swfaddress methods to deep link into a flash website, the issue at hand is the code uses PHP_SELF to separate the linking and script name, and on Dreamhost it is not returning the correct information.
Variables are pass through the address as script.php/#/data/data2/dataN etc. PHP_SELF is dropping all the information after and including the “#”. I’ve created a PHP test script that just returns the PHP_SELF, and nearly all other characters seem to work (*^$? etc) with a few exceptions as well as none at all, but as soon as the # is used it only returns a slash.
I really need help finding the source of this, is this a security feature, a configuration problem a FastCGI php as CGI issue or just not possible with the “#”? Any help will allow me to figure out if I have to recode the framework to use another character or just fix a configuration.