To use arrays (multiple values) with the above tutorial, you will need to customize the code to send through multiple values in the URL like so:
Then when you read in the $_GET[‘foo’] value, just explode it via the ‘|’ character like so:
$foo = explode('|', $_GET['foo']);
Now $foo is an array with all 3 values!
I can’t help you write the exact code, but I hope this can direct you to writing your own code.
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