Besides with URL query variables, you can set parameters via URL in Kirby in a more human-readable way:
Note that you have to use a semicolon instead of a colon on Windows systems. In your code, you can use the
url() method with the
params parameter to make sure that the resulting URL is compatible with both Linux and Windows servers, e.g.
$url = url($path, ['params' => ['tag' => 'myTag']]);
Those parameters are very handy when you want to build URL-based filters for your content.
Such parameters will be ignored by the router so the URL which will be fetched by Kirby in this case is
The params function returns all detected params:
// http://yourdomain.com/blog/tag:mytag/year:2014 $params = params(); // $params is array('tag' => 'mytag', 'year' => '2014') // you can also get a single param with the param function.