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I have a table on a wordpress page, in the admin section.  I have written code that will sort each column ASC and DESC.  However, the way that wordpress laysout the address, there is no .php and my sort won't work.  Can you tell me what is wrong with the following address?

/wp-admin/admin.php?page=view-all-users/sort=ln
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I don't do a lot of PHP, but don't the variables need to be added on with "&",

/wp-admin/admin.php?page=view-all-users&sort=ln
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Thanks!  I missed that one.
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