Getting Query String Values in Silverlight

Here’s how to get the QueryString values in your XAML code-behind: use the System.Windows.Browser namespace and then use the static QueryString property of the HtmlPage object, as follows:

// add null checks as necessary
string val = HtmlPage.QueryString["foo"].ToString();


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