The value of the URL parameter, when decoded, should be:
(the characters are Norwegian).
I don’t have access to the server, so I can’t modify anything on it.
Good Answer: 👌👌👌
You should not use jQuery for something like this!
The modern way is to use small reusable modules through a package-manager like Bower.
I’ve created a tiny module that can parse the query string into an object. Use it like this:
// parse the query string into an object and get the property queryString.parse(unescape(location.search)).search; //=> æøå
Read More: 👉 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1403888/get-escaped-url-parameter