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Hi all, I’m learning to code and building a site to push my learning along. However, I am having a frustrating issue. On my site I would like to have search functionality, but for the search to be completed on a different URL. I understand this requires query parameters, but I'm a bit lost. For example, if my site is “www.mysite.com” I would like a user to be able to input their city (could be any city in the world) and then select an option from a dropdown menu, say ‘running’ or ‘cycling’ and then the combination of the two querys added together and executed on “www.fitnessbud
BACKGROUND: While I continue to struggle with my wget problem, I would like to reaffirm a discussion that we had already two or three months ago about the use of hash marks in an HTTP Request query string. Please consider the following HTTP Request copied from a Matomo API request generated by Matomo. I only initiated the request, I did not create it. https://www.nudge.online/_utilities/php/matomo/index.php ?module=CoreHome &action=index &idSite=1 &period=day &date=yesterday #?idSite=1 &period=day &date=yesterday &category=General_Actions &s
BACKGROUND: I was recently introduced to the idea of using a hash as a means to transfer information in lieu of a query string in an HTTP request. Having thought that I understood the idea I was then introduced to the following query string: https://www.example.com/index.php ?module=CoreHome &action=index &idSite=1 &period=day &date=yesterday #?idSite=1 &period=day &date=yesterday &category=Dashboard_Dashboard &subcategory=1 I do not understand the user the expression ... #? ... From the point of view of parsing an HTTP request are the