Also it will return value in array or object format, lets see about jQuery getUrlQueryString.js.
getUrlQueryString.js will allow user to pass url with or without query-string and split then return the values in form of array and object format.
First we need to include jQuery library file and getUrlQueryString.js
<script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.0.min.js"></script> <script src="getUrlQueryString.js"></script>
Now we are going to call $.getUrlQueryString function and passing current url, so we have mentioned windows.location.href which will send current url with or with query-string.
<script> // Below url with display query string if its present or not var query = $.getUrlQueryString(window.location.href); alert(query.q +" or "+ query["q"]); </script>
Above variable will return q value in array and object format, if the parameter exists.