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Hi, i think that /?i=1 must be removed from the url's as some times my website is redirect to /?i=3 where i was redirected to the google cookies page. and after that i had to close my browser and then open it again.

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32 minutes ago, Aqib said:

Hi, i think that /?i=1 must be removed from the url's as some times my website is redirect to /?i=3 where i was redirected to the google cookies page. and after that i had to close my browser and then open it again.

This feature was added to avoid bots, and there are no plans to remove it.

If you want to make it disappear for esthetic reasons, you can click here .

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51 minutes ago, mike said:

This feature was added to avoid bots, and there are no plans to remove it.

If you want to make it disappear for esthetic reasons, you can click here .

The reason i want it to be disable is because sometime it redirect me to /?i=3 where i saw google cookies page

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On 2/25/2018 at 7:50 AM, PlanetCloud said:

Hi,

This /?i=1 thing cannot be removed because it is a server protection system to prevent bots from accessing your site (Excluded Google).
This will protect the server from overloaded and keeps the site fast.

The only way to remove this is to get a Premium account.

Thanks.

ok, thanks

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On 2/25/2018 at 1:48 AM, Aqib said:

Hi, i think that /?i=1 must be removed from the url's as some times my website is redirect to /?i=3 where i was redirected to the google cookies page. and after that i had to close my browser and then open it again.

You might already know this, but you can disable it by using Cloudflare.

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On 24/2/2018 at 1:48 PM, Aqib said:

Hi, i think that /?i=1 must be removed from the url's as some times my website is redirect to /?i=3 where i was redirected to the google cookies page. and after that i had to close my browser and then open it again.

I remove it with javascript by applying this code on the page in the header or at the bottom of the page

<script type="text/javascript">
var searchWinHref = window.location.href;
   if(searchWinHref.indexOf("?i") > -1) { 
   window.location.href = window.location.href.split('?')[0];
   }
</script>

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