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How to pass parameter via URL in PHP

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I would like to know how can I pass a parameter via URL using control value on the form.
Something like myPage.php?MyID=txtMyID.value
I can use myPage.php?MyID=1, but cannot use myPage.php?MyID=txtMyID.value.

posted May 20, 2013 by anonymous

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This is more a js question. Because form.controlname.value is only available in javascript. A similar question answered long ago on Stackoverflow is
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9009311/get-change-remove-url-parameters-with-jquery/9009558#9009558

And here is function that does it using pure javascript.
http://shiplu.mokadd.im/61/parse-query-string-by-pure-javascrirpt/

answer May 20, 2013 by anonymous
Thanks for the message and helping, Your js looks like to parse URL.Please let me know if I am wrong, Do you have any code to generate the URL parameter using control value?
You can generate the url using string concatenation operator +.
To keep it consistent and out of error you need to reverse the same function i have given then you can perform both. The idea is there.
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