21 Jan 2004 etrepum   » (Journeyer)

URLs are Universal Resource Locators. Needlessly using query strings that break when you send a URL to a person on another computer (or another web browser on the same computer) is probably not a good idea if you're doing web development.

So just stop doing it, ok? It sucks for the users, especially if your script totally busts apart at the seams when the non-universal URL is visited by another browser.

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