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Using query strings in links mysite.verizon web pages

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jillibee
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Using query strings in links mysite.verizon web pages

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Has anyone had trouble using query strings in links to other web pages your personal web pages?  I have a link to another web page where I pass an ID using query string but when I click on the link I get a 404 error even though the web page exists (the link appears fine).

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Shamika_VZ
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Hello jillibee,

Maybe this link will provide some assistance for you. http://forums.verizon.com/t5/FiOS-Internet/Personal-Website-Access/m-p/277209/highlight/true#M19266

Thanks,

Shamika_Vz Verizon Support

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Little-Puff
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I have the same issue.   Has anyone figured out what the problem is?

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