I have a link which carries a URL as a variable. When clicked, the link goes to another page where I do something behind the scenes with other info and then I redirect to the url variable specified (#trackingSite#). But the refresh with the url carried over in the link will not pass correctly? When looking at this, is there a simple solution I'm overlooking? Am I going about this wrong in the first place? Any advice would so appreciated.
Caveat: I know passing all of the information in an href in this manner is not ideal; I've inherited this and don't have a choice.
The link which is on page A:
<a href="searchAdmin/act_recordTracking.cfm?trackingID=#trackingID#&trackingSiteID=#trackingSiteID#&trackingSite=#URLEncodedFormat(trackingSite)#" target="_blank" class="trackingListLink">#trackingSite#</a>
Page B (searchAdmin/act_recordTracking.cfm) takes the other information, does some stuff and then refreshes the page with the trackingSite URL.
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1; url=#trackingSite#">