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Is it possible to use $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] more than once in a PHP URL QUERY STRING..??Like:"HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?1?HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM""HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?2?HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM""HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?3?HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM"and have it do diff things for each number specified in the (1st) $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] "HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?#?URL"

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how can i do what im asking then if i cant use 2 query strings..??i need use query string to get the exact URL becuz if u use $_GET['URL'] it will truncate the url if there are any special characters in it..!!so i need sumting like:"HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?CODE=1?HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM""HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?CODE=2?HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM""HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?CODE=3?HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM"But that probly wont work either though huh.. I know theres a way to do this, my brain just cant werk right now to figure it out..what am i missing here..??

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What code do you have currently?Edit: I may have misunderstood you. Just post the code anyway :)

Edited by Synook
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<?phpif ($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] != ''){//---------------------------(("URL FORWARDER"))----------------------------------//If (stristr($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'], "HTTP")){$URL = $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'];Print "<html><body onLoad=\"java script: window.location='$URL';\"></body></html>";}//---------------------------(("URL FORWARDER"))----------------------------------//}?>

so what i want, is to be able to put a number sumwhere in the QUERY_STRING that doesnt really do nuffin except get removed from the QUERY_STRING so the remaining URL can be forwarded..

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is there a way to put a null number in the URL QUERY_STRING that will be removed if detected.??like:"HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?(1)HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM""HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?(2)HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM""HTTP://WWW.MY-SITE.COM/?(3)HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM"how would i detect the "(#)" in the QUERY_STRING and then remove it from the string..??

Edited by cyfer65
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ehy i find a way...but how can i make ((X)) X = a Wild Card that can be any number 1-9..??so if X = any number 1-9 it will work just the same..??

If (stristr($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'], "HTTP")){$URL = $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'];If (stristr($URL, "((X))")){$URL = substr($URL, 5);}Print "<html><body onLoad=\"java script: window.location='$URL';\"></body></html>";}

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Wait... what's so hard or bad about using rawurlencode() on a string, and encoding all of its characters? If decoding it is bothering you, rawurldecode() is just as easy.

$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']

represents a string in an HTTP request, so it can't be an array. $_GET is used to make an array out of the information in it. A URL like

http://example.org/?a=bad&url=http%3A%2F%2Fexample.com%2F%3Fc%3Dgood

is going to produce

$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] = 'a=bad&url=http%3A%2F%2Fexample.com%2F%3Fc%3Dgood';

and

$_GET = array('a' => 'bad', 'url' => 'http://example.com/?c=good');

You can get the query string out of a URL by using parse_url(), like (from the above example):

parse_url($_GET['url'], PHP_URL_QUERY)

And you can use parse_str() to turn a query string into an array (similarly to how the original URL turns into $_GET), like:

$myArrray = parse_str(parse_url($_GET['url'], PHP_URL_QUERY));

Edited by boen_robot
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