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hw_insertanchors — Inserts one or more anchors into the text of a document.


string hw_insertanchors(, anchor_records, dest_records[, url_prefixes]);
int : ID of document into which to insert the anchors
array anchor_records: Array of anchor source object records
array dest_records: Array of anchor destination object records
array url_prefixes (optional): URL prefixes to use


TRUE on success; FALSE on error


hw_insertanchors() inserts the anchors described by the object records in the anchor_records array into the document identified by doc_id . These object records must contain at least the attributes Position, TAnchor, and Dest. The anchor destinations are given by the object records contained in the dest_records array; these must contain at least the attributes ObjectID and Name. Both arrays must contain the same number of object records.

If the url_prefixes parameter is given, it must be an associative array containing the following five elements, with the value of each element giving the string prefix to prepend to links of the appropriate type. The required element keys are HW_DEFAULT_LINK, HW_IMAGE_LINK, HW_INTAG_LINK, HW_APPLET_LINK, and HW_BACKGROUND_LINK.


PHP 4 since 4.0.4


Example 509. Insert anchors into a text document

$doc = hw_new_document_from_file("ObjectRecord", "hw_testdocument.txt");
$sources = array("Position=0x0 0x9\nTAnchor=Src\nDest=0x5",
                 "Position=0x20 0x29\nTAnchor=Src\nDest=0x27");
$destinations = array("ObjectID=0x5\nName=FirstDestDoc",
$urlprefixes = array('HW_IMAGE_LINK' => 'images',
                     'HW_DEFAULT_LINK' => '',                     
                     'HW_APPLET_LINK' => 'applets',
                     'HW_INTAG_LINK' => '',
                     'HW_BACKGROUND_LINK' => 'images');
hw_insertanchors($doc, $sources, $destinations, $urlprefixes);

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