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‘name’ variable in url creates 404

  • I just set up a basic php script to get the status of an email subscribe return, however if the variable ‘name’ is in the url at all, it returns a 404 error… Is there some way I can disable this? I don’t think I have control over the variable being passed back, so I would prefer if it just didn’t cause this error… If anyone has insight as to why this happens, please let me know.

    example:
    mysite.com/contact?status=unsubscribe => works fine
    mysite.com/contact?status=unsusbscribe&adf=adfasd&lkj=adffas => still works fine with garbage variables
    mysite.com/contact?status=unsubscribe&name=anything => returns 404 page

    any suggestions?
    thanks

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