Get current filename with URL parameters

Say the user is loading the following page: And I want to use PHP to get myPage.php?answer=yes from that. However, basename($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']) only returns myPage.php. How would I do that?


You can append the query string after you get it as an environment variable:

$myurl = basename($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']) . "?" . $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'];

If you need to consider the possibility of no query string, add a conditional test:

$myurl = strlen($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']) ? basename($_SERVER['PHP_SELF'])."?".$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] : basename($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']);

it is easier?:



will give you the paramaters

For URLs with trailing parameters the following will place the first part of the current URL (i.e. the part before ?) within the variable $current_url[0] and then print it out.

$current_url = explode("?", $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']);
echo $current_url[0] ;

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