Topic: #.UM appended to my show view in URL
I'm creating a simple webstore on Rails. I created a product model with two nested resources as seen in my routes file:
resources :products do
Whenever I access my product through:
It loads perfectly and then a split second later, Rails adds this to the URL
So the final url is:
The "#.UM" is consistent, but the final nine characters increment upon refresh, so you'll see: #.UMgXaqUeO95, #.UMgXaqUeO96, etc.
The product model has the typical product fields of name, description, price, etc. I dynamically change the background css using the background model and I add multiple highlights of the product (i.e. Cool toy. Fun for the family, etc.).
I kept everything pretty vanilla, so I'm wondering why I'm getting the added characters in my URL. The apended characters do not show up in any other models, resources or views - it only shows up in the product/show view.
I'm using Rails 3.2.8 with Ruby 1.9.3 on RVM on a MacBook with Heroku in production. I use MongoDB via Mongoid. The same appended URL code is added in production.
Your help is much appreciated.
Last edited by allanscu (2012-12-12 01:42:47)