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javascript read querystring id

Posted on 2014-02-10
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Just want to some like in the javascript

if request.querystring("id") = 1 then
   show LeftNavLinks1
   hid LeftNavLinks2
elseif  request.querystring("id") = 2 then
   show LeftNavLinks2
  hid LeftNavLinks1
end if

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How can I do that in javascript? Thanks

<div id="LeftNavLinks1">  
sxxxx
</div>
<div id="LeftNavLinks2">
sxxx
</div>

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Question by:CoolDev2014
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var querystring = function(str) {
    var r = new RegExp("(&|\\?)" + str + "=([^&]+)");
    return (location.search.match(r)||[null]).pop();
};

var show = function(id) { document.getElementById(id).style.display = "block"; };
var hide = function(id) { document.getElementById(id).style.display = "none"; };

var qs = querystring("id");
if(qs=="1") {
   show("LeftNavLinks1");
   hide("LeftNavLinks2");
}
else if(qs=="2") {
   show("LeftNavLinks2");
   hide("LeftNavLinks1");
}

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by:Aijaz Chauhan
ID: 39849810
Try This

var path = window.location.href;
var val = path.match(/id=(\d+)/);

if (val = = 1)
{
  //Your Code
}
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var path = "http://www.aijaz-chauhan.com/solution.php?test=123&pid=10&id=20&foo=40";
var val = path.match(/id=(\d+)/); // return 10 !!!!!
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