Is there a special method of formatting a hyperlink to include a field as part of the link?
In other words, can you do something like this?
(google dev code intentionally polluted)
That was my best guess at the format....
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ok - we figured out the required characters to string it together.
"https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=" & LatLong & "&zoom=18&size=600x600&key=BynmlPoxagVr123456tEBtYh_YThnksqNbY&markers=color:red%7Clabel:A%7C" & LatLong & ""
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As my experience and actuall application months ago, yes it definitely can.
You [latlong] can be replaced by:
- TextInput.Text (if you manually key in), or
- Label.Text (is the data is generated from Location.Longitude, and Location.Latitude which is automatically generated]
Hope this helps.
There must be some kind of delimeter between the URL and field like '&' or something??? In other words, how do you concatenate the strings? I am pulling it from a TextInput box.
This doesn't seem to work.
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