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URL params question

Discussion in 'Sportsbook Support' started by imthebest, Mar 31, 2018.

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  1. imthebest

    imthebest Member Showcase Sportsbook

    Hi Bob,

    When I'm viewing this: https://www.example.com/sportsbook/?order=date_create&type=awaiting_settlement

    If I then click on "Sort By: Upcoming" the page loads just fine but the URL at the top is the following: https://www.example.com/sportsbook/?order=upcoming&type=awaiting_settlement

    A similar thing happens if I click on "Sort By: Paid Out".

    Since those sort orders no longer accept status filtering, I think you should adjust the URL properly (I mean, remove the &type=x from the URL).

  2. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    Its NOT a BAD URL. You can manually add what ever parameters to any URL on the internet that you want to. Those params don't do anything unless the Controller has code in it to accept them and most controllers have code that checks against an array of params and ignores those that don't have anything to do with the function of the controller (like I do in mine). This is not even remotely an issue, nor does it cause any problems what so ever.
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