The JURI::getQuery method in PHP is used to retrieve the query string from the URL of a Joomla! website. This can be particularly useful when dealing with forms or other input data passed through URLs.
Suppose we have a URL `http://example.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=42&Itemid=101`. To retrieve the query string from this URL, we can use the following code:
In this example, we create a new JURI object and call its `getQuery` method. This returns the query string portion of the URL, which we then output to the page.
Suppose we have a form that uses the GET method to pass data through the URL. We want to retrieve one of the form fields using PHP. Here's an example:
In this example, we create a form with a single input field named "name". When the user submits the form, the name value is passed through the URL as a query string parameter. In the PHP code that follows, we check to see if the "name" parameter exists in the query string using the `isset` function. If it does, we retrieve the value using the `$_GET` superglobal and output a greeting to the page.
Package/library: Joomla! CMS (JURI is a class in the Joomla! Framework)
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