But this leads to a 404, at least if you capitalize the page name. You can get away with capitalizing the domain.
It was suggested by my coworker that we try making a page called IMPORTANTPAGE (all caps) that just redirects to importantpage to work around this, but you CAN’T make capitalized pages, so that doesn’t work.
On one of our websites, we use URL parameters for the white-labeling. So one client would be
and another would be
If you replace the parameter with THISCOMPANY, the page 404s, even if you have operators on the “get data from page URL” to :lowercase the parameter before using it for anything.
Any ideas why this is or how we could work around it?
URLs don’t accept capital letters. Most browsers will automatically convert it to lowercase. If they don’t you’ll probably get a 404 because the server is treats capitalised URLs a different URL from the lowercase one and can’t find anything on that path.
Having said that, you should be able to have uppercase letters on your URL parameters, for example: mysite.com?data=MYDATA should work and will also be case sensitive. So you can have a check for this on your page that converts the URL param data to lowercase and then redirects it to the right path.
The domain does seem to auto correct to lowercase, but the page path and data do not. I’m on latest Chrome which should be pretty standard. I believe I had an issue with the ?=blabla parameter despite having a :lowercase operator on the Get data from page URL but I might have messed up, I’ll double check.