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Opening local html in browser loose everything from '?' and



I'm trying to make a search function that search in the documentation and it works fine for online search, but when i search the local files it won't work.

The long and the short of it is that i have a html resource that the user can search in through my code.

If they search for 'horce' my code will generate an url looking something like this:

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and it works.

But if there is no internet connection they can search in a local version of the files on their maschine so the url will look something like:


But when i try to load the url to the local path it load the page with the url: file:///my/path/to/local/file/search.html

It has simply ignored everything from the '?' and to the end.

If I past the full path in to my browser it works fine.

The relevant part of my code looks like this:

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The variable _text i the word the user will be searching for, and the variables localScriptDocURL and webScriptDocURL is the path to the local version and the internet version respectively.

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an ideas is when you have builded your game on a stand alone (client) you need to put in your html at the end in the file which it will generate then the url has to be (your gamename)_Data/(html document name )

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