Let’s say in your main handler you have the following two events
If you hit the first one like [your site]/main/test1/blah/1 where url var “blah” has a value of 1 then your browser will redirect to [your site]/main/test2 .
If you hit the first one like [your site]/main/test1/blah/1# where after the url var “blah” there is a # sign appended then your browser will redirect to [your site]/main/test2#, leaving the fragment in place in the url itself. Is this intended?
I’ve started using a social auth module and both Google and Facebook return url vars with these fragments on the end ( Google returns “…&prompt=none#” and Facebook returns "…state=ABC123#= " ). When I use setNextEvent() to go somewhere the # or #= is maintained in the URL. I searched around the docs and here and didn’t see anything. Maybe searching wrong thing or just having a brain dropout at the moment bu thought I’d post here.