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redirect QueryString #param

Thread began 3/20/2016 11:17 pm by Jason | Last modified 4/05/2016 4:53 pm by Ray Borduin | 382 views | 11 replies |

Jason

redirect QueryString #param

My login page passes the original query string after a successful login, but not #param at the end. How can I get it to pass that also?

Example:

This works
myurl.net/public_teachings/teachings.php?pass_this=123

This doesn't
myurl.net/public_teachings/teachings.php#pass_this

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Can I get a copy of your login page to test with?

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Jason

ts attached

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I can't spot the issue. Can you give me a URL to reproduce and FTP access to debug? I'll look into what is causing the problem and try to get it fixed.

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Jason

See private message

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I see.... so the issue here is that the "return to previous page" option won't remember the anchor you were on in the previous page because the value is saved on the server and the anchor is a client html reference that is never accessible to the php.

The only potential work around would be to create a client side javascript to pass the value of the anchor to the php using AJAX and store it that way. I could help with that in a premier support ticket, but otherwise you will have to find a way to link to the page where the anchor in the link isn't necessary.

Anchors will work if you set them in the Success URL in the actual login server behavior. Maybe you could turn off the "return to previous page" option and use a successful login link to return to an appropriate starting page, which could have an anchor element.

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Jason

Ok, thanks Ray! I can do the ajax request. I'll give it a shot and see what happens.

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Jason

I may have been a little overconfident in my own abilities here. lol I've got the ajax part done, but I can't seem to figure out how to put it on the end of the redirect url once I get it. Do I need a premier support ticket for that part?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, I'll need to dig into what you have and help you finish the process and I can't do that effectively through the forum.

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Jason

Ok

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