How to accept "#" as part of a GET query parameter

Well, at least you get to watch a tragicomedy show live and for free. :003:


Yeah. Just to clarify this. This is an offshore/outsourced team.

For those of you who were following this…

I refused to budge on this one. I didn’t want to insert a javascript workaround on this, as this is another point of failure. The only way I would budge is if we had some sort of written agreement that we were being asked to do this.

After several meetings, they decided to send us a properly encoded URL parameter.