My program directs users to a webpage with their username and password. E.g. http://example.html?username=username&password=password.
Now I created another page in asp.net and I want some code on example.html to redirect the link to http://example.aspx?username=username&password=password.
So what i want is to get the URI from the first url and direct it to the new url by appending the URI.
Best How To :
You can grab the querystring in its entirety via
See this with more about that. Using this, you can extract the parameters, append them to a new URL, and render the link, or set
window.location = "example.aspx" + window.location.search
I believe search comes with "?", but I could be wrong. I assume this is an exmaple; note it's not a good practice to pass the password through a querystring as clear text, especially if you are not using HTTPS. It's generally advisable to do a POST operation, not a GET operation with querystring, when it comes to sensitive information.