Jignasa Naik
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You can use below function to parse query parameter in javascript:

function gup( name )
name = name.replace(/[[]/,”\[").replace(/[]]/,”\]”);
var regexS = “[\?&]“+name+”=([^&#]*)”;
var regex = new RegExp( regexS );
var results = regex.exec( window.location.href );
if( results == null )
return “”;
return results[1];

alert(gup( ‘param’ ));

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5 Responses

  1. Michael Robert Brown on 16 Sep 2012

    A very impressive article. Well prepared. Very motivating!! Go off on to facilitate way

  2. Stacy Williams on 23 Sep 2012

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  3. jignasa on 24 Sep 2012

    Thank you Michael and Stacy, yeah we are planning our blog as hub resources and it is not for SEO purpose. We will eventually post comment and tools handy for web development professionals. We also invite you to share your knowledge with us.

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