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Is there a way to remove all query arg parameter in the URL added via add_query_arg(); without knowing the query key available for removal?

I'm looking for this kind of function remove_query_arg_all(); currently I'm removing the query_arg via preg_match REQUEST_URI, but not sure if it will cause any problem in the future.

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  • Did you try searching stackoverflow ? – Sumit Apr 20 '16 at 17:09
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You can explode URL by ? and take the first part:

$url = explode( '?', esc_url_raw( add_query_arg( array() ) ) );

$no_query_args = $url[0];
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You can do this in one line if your aim is to remove all of the params from the current $_GET

remove_query_arg(array_keys($_GET))

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