Hello I encountered following info at [this page](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_stack#Overlap): For some purposes, the stack frame of a subroutine and that of its caller can be considered to overlap, the overlap consisting of the area where the parameters are passed from the caller to the callee. In some environments, the caller pushes each argument onto the stack, thus extending its stack frame, then invokes the callee. In other environments, the caller has a preallocated area at the top of its stack frame to hold the arguments it supplies to other subroutines it calls. This area is sometimes termed the outgoing arguments area …

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I'm a newbie in PHP. I'm trying to figure out a way to pass a second paramter in a URL by clicking a link instead of a submit button. For example, my page has a link that reads: <td><a href="agencydetails.php?id=1">Adams County</a></td> - the id=1 is the first parameter, I need to pick the year in a drop down, for example 2009, then when I click the link, I want it to pass agencydetails.php?id=1&year=2009 in my url. I have a simple piece of my code below so you can see what I mean. I have a submit button in there, but …

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Ok, this is my final tango with this. Below I've listed the code. I'm able to get the value of the url and display it on screen for the current (active tab) in Google Chrome. Now all I have to do is pass that value as a parameter in the URL via JSON. My processing file resides on a our remote server - in php. Everything I've done with respect to this has worked to perfection. However, any attempts to pass the current url or any url as one of the parameters - e.g. ?format=json&url=http://something.com&callback=? - results in nothing. I'm …

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The End.