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  • You can test (and act upon) a GET query using something like:

    if(isset($_GET['action'])) {
    // Do something, like assign value to a variable
    $action = $_GET['action']
    // Then maybe display a message
    echo "Looking for some $action?";
    }

    The code can go just about anywhere — inserted in your templates, written into a plugin, whatever. The question is, what do you want to do with them?

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