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With add_query_arg() it is nice to add additional parameters to an URL and it is also easy to create a rewrite rule. So far so good. But the problem is the URL replacement done by wordpress.

When I have an URL, like:

www.mysite.com/?page_id=1&myvar=test

and I type this URL into the address line of the browser with activated permalinks. This link will become to:

www.example.com/pagename/?myvar=test

BUT: what I would like to get is:

www.example.com/pagename/test

Finally, I would like to use code like:

<a href="<?php add_query_arg( 'myvar', 'test', get_permalink() ) ?>"> .... </a>

which would result in:

www.example.com/pagename/test

How can this be achieved? I have spent hours in reading documents and I couldn't found a solution.

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I'd like to know how this is done. +1 to the question. –  henrywright Dec 27 '13 at 21:04
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