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Hello,

I've been searching and searching, but can't for the life of me find anything related to an answer.

I'm working off of the code found here and want to store the web path (http://www.google.com & not c:\www\google\) into a database for later.

Is there a function built-in which takes care of this specifically? Any ideas?

Thanks for reading,
Nick:icon_idea:

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Hello,

I've been searching and searching, but can't for the life of me find anything related to an answer.

I'm working off of the code found here and want to store the web path (http://www.google.com & not c:\www\google\) into a database for later.

Is there a function built-in which takes care of this specifically? Any ideas?

Thanks for reading,
Nick:icon_idea:

Can you explain your situation a little better? Maybe paste your actual code in the next post.

It seems from your post only that you may be inadvertently running into issues by testing on your local server. Have you experienced any similar problems when using your code on a web server?

Post your code and specifically what you need.

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