/Drupal 8

function drupal_requirements_url


Returns a URL for proceeding to the next page after a requirements problem.

This function can be called by low-level scripts (such as install.php and update.php) and returns a URL that can be used to attempt to proceed to the next step of the script.


$severity: The severity of the requirements problem, as returned by drupal_requirements_severity().

Return value

A URL for attempting to proceed to the next step of the script. The URL is not sanitized, so it still needs to be run through \Drupal\Component\Utility\UrlHelper::filterBadProtocol() if it will be used as an HTML attribute value.

See also




core/includes/install.inc, line 912
API functions for installing modules and themes.


function drupal_requirements_url($severity) {
  $query = array();
  // If there are no errors, only warnings, append 'continue=1' to the URL so
  // the user can bypass this screen on the next page load.
  if ($severity == REQUIREMENT_WARNING) {
    $query['continue'] = 1;
  return drupal_current_script_url($query);

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