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Jennifer Stock

redirect module and Facebook "fbclid" parameter

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Hi. I'm wondering if there is a way to add code to the Redirects module to strip the "?fbclid=" parameter from incoming links. My users have noticed that the redirect links they have established via the module are failing when used from Facebook, due to the new FB click tracking code.

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Hi Jennifer,

If you're are referring to Redirects-module(from apeisa) you should post to this thread. That way the maintainer can see your request and comment it.

 

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