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Append unique number to url without using ? or #

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Hey:

 

Is there a way to append a unique number to a url with jquery without using '?' - this seems to reload the page or using '#'- which seems to be messing with another jquery element on the page.

 

Thanks!

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The "?" indicates a PHP variable in the URL. A "#" indicates an HTML based anchor. What exactly are you trying to do? If this is Javascript based, you probably need to work with "#", and resolve whatever issues you have.

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The "?" indicates a PHP variable in the URL. A "#" indicates an HTML based anchor. What exactly are you trying to do? If this is Javascript based, you probably need to work with "#", and resolve whatever issues you have.

 

Thanks for the reply!

 

I actually appended a "#" and then a "?" and it is working fine

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