You can find the answer here:
there is no possibility for that ? or can create a custom function on that?
or just can use
/ for this plugin? @johnny5
- This reply was modified 50 minutes ago by harykheng.
No, as it explains in the guide this is a restriction enforced by how browsers work, not by Redirection itself. The
# is not sent to the server and therefore it cannot be used in a redirect.
Do you have any suggestions for replacing the
- This reply was modified 8 minutes ago by harykheng.
I can only help with Redirection here. You can probably find help in another forum, and I’m Google will lead you to some code you can use.
okay, thankyou for the answer
- This reply was modified 2 minutes ago by harykheng.