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Hello, I have a PHP application that I pass data to a jQuery function. My query runs correctly when I pass a single string, example "completed", but if I pass a value like "Not Done", my script does not run. The snippet of my scripts are as follows:

Jquery:

$("#dialog").load("index.php?action=" + $(this).data("id"), function() {

PHP:
<td><input  name="radio" type="radio" data-id="<?=$st;?>"</td>

What change do I make  so my script processes a value like "Not Done"? Thank you.

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Since you haven't said what is what I'm guessing here

$("#dialog").load("index.php?action=" + encodeURIComponent($(this).data("id")), function() { 

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Perfect! Thank you.
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