Topic: redirect function replaces semicolons too aggressively
The following lines are found in the function "redirect" found in includes/functions.php.
// Do a little spring cleaning $destination_url = str_replace(array("\r", "\n", '%0a', '%0d', ';'), '', $destination_url);
\r, \n, 0A, and 0D seem fine to me, but I am not sure why we want to strip semicolons. This non-discriminating replace breaks html entities like
which results in being redirected to a 'Bad or outdated request' page.