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Joomla 11.1 JController::setRedirect

Description

Set a URL for browser redirection.

Description:JController::setRedirect [Edit Descripton]

Since

Joomla 11.1

Synopsis

public JController::setRedirect ($url, $msg=null, $type=null)
Parameter Type Default Description
$url string URL to redirect to.
$msg string null Message to display on redirect. Optional, defaults to value set internally by controller, if any.
$type string null Message type. Optional, defaults to 'message' or the type set by a previous call to setMessage.

Returns

This object to support chaining.

Defined in

libraries/joomla/application/component/controller.php (line 972)

Referenced by

See also

[Edit See Also]

SeeAlso:JController::setRedirect

Examples

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