You can put parameters into the URL with javascript. Here is an example html document:

	<a href='#test=test'>testing</a>

So with Markus’s submission browse page, instead of having:

<span class='ap_next_link'>
  <a href='#' onclick='ajax stuff'>Next </a>

We can have something like:

<span class='ap_next_link'>
  <a href='#<PARAMS GO HERE>' onclick='ajax stuff'>Next </a>

However, that means with every AJAX call that flips the page on the table, will will also have to update all the links on the page as well.