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Hi,

I'm developing mailbox and I wanna rather use single class then making pages. Here is the plan (or I think that its a good plan):

- I have mailbox.php template and mailbox page

- when user click on mailbox, on sidebar he have options to write/read massages to and from ppl

Instead of making these pages, and to prevent "ugly URLs" I wanna offer user to call write msg like: http://www.domain.com/mailbox/?actionType=newMail. Also, I think that this will be useful for some other stuff which I wanna add to my project.

I'm not skilful but wanna learn stuff.

Cheers

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TY netcarver!

You gave me nice hint to google it... Here is link that is closest to my solution. Now I have the hook... It's a fishing time, will see if I can handle it... :)

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