I frequently share links to kb.roonlabs.com articles (especially http://kb.roonlabs.com/Sound_Quality) to answer questions about Roon in audio groups on Facebook. Unfortunately, Facebook adds an fbcld HTTP GET parameter to these shared links, so when I share a link like this:
I’ve brought this attention to the folks at Facebook, and they said, “Web sites that break when arbitrary query args are added to them are incredibly rare (we did a lot of studies on this before we implemented click ids).”
Implementing an opt-out for these parameters on Facebook’s side is non-trivial, so the best solution is for the maintainers of kb.roonlabs.com to ignore unsupported query parameters (fbcid, in particular) instead of incorrectly assuming that they are part of a search. It may be as simple as ignoring searches that match the pattern [:word:]=[:text:].
I hope you will implement a fix because it’s annoying to have to write stuff like this whenever I want to help someone past a Roon issue: