Location.href :: Pass Values From One Page To Another?

Feb 25, 2010

every time i try something it doesn't work for me :( god why is this javascript so hard to make it work... anyway, i just followed the guidelines to pass values from one page to another using ? and it simply, like always, DOES NOT work .

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<script type="text/javascript">[code].....

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This approach only seem to work for some computers and on others it is
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What happens is that some browsers (IE 6 mostly) like to GET the
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Code:

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