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Re: Tracking Codes with two "?"
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Hi there, Because you can only have one question mark in a query string or it freaks out your website, here's how you should build the URL: Your Original URL: domain.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=374342432&?cid=MAIL:...Correct URL: domain.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=374342432&cid=MAIL:... Note the second question mark in front of the cid= was removed.

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If I understand you correctly, you are trying to capture two tracking codes at the same time for the campaign upon a click?If so, and if "cid=" was how you configured your getParam value in your s.code.js file, then you could use this syntax:www.mysite.com?cid=CampaignCode1&cid=CampaignCodeB&cid=CampaignCodeYellowThe result is that all three tracking codes would come in simultaneously upon user click and your Tracking Code report would look like this:Tracking Code Click-throughs1. CampaignCode1 ...

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