fbclid breaks URL #34

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opened 2020-12-25 13:03:55 +01:00 by user202729 · 2 comments
user202729 commented 2020-12-25 13:03:55 +01:00 (Migrated from github.com)

Annoyingly, Facebook (and some sites) automatically append fbclid URL queries (and similar) to external redirects.

(...) tl;dr: it breaks 0x0.st URLs.

Annoyingly, Facebook (and some sites) automatically append fbclid URL queries (and similar) to external redirects. (...) tl;dr: it breaks 0x0.st URLs.

Intentional. Stop using Facebook.

Intentional. Stop using Facebook.
user202729 commented 2020-12-25 14:07:45 +01:00 (Migrated from github.com)

Huh.

(it's not like that I can convince others to do the same thing.)

read the source code Okay, it's a custom thing on that particular server (nginx configuration I suppose?). Still, that error message is weird. What's the point of doing that if people don't understand it?

Huh. (it's not like that I can convince others to do the same thing.) *read the source code* Okay, it's a custom thing on that particular server (nginx configuration I suppose?). Still, that error message is weird. What's the point of doing that if people don't understand it?
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