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Bypassing WordPress filter in a plugin

  • I’m writing a plugin for wordpress that puts a link to other script into the content passing into the url some parameters. The link is something like:

    script.php?par=1&par2=2

    The problem is that the link is somehow filtered into

    script.php?par=1&par2=2

    Is there any way to avoid this.

    Thanks a lot in advance.

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  • Wooops. Seems here is changes inverse 😛 the second line is something like

    script.php=par=1& a m p ;par2=2

    Well if the link is changed into:

    script.php=par=1&par2=2

    in your HTML code, that is a good thing. WordPress is making your HTML valid. It will not affect the functionality of the link whatsoever

    but it does affect. php script gets par1 as 1 but it does not get any other parameter

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