This is not strictly a SEBLOD tip, but can come in useful if you have SEF URL's turned on.
Example SEF URL's ON:
Example SEF URL's OFF:
Place this code in your templates index.php file, in between the <body> tags
<?php // non-sefurl JURI::current(); $router =& JSite::getRouter(); $url = $router->parse(JURI::getInstance()); $nonsefurl = 'index.php?'.JURI::getInstance()->buildQuery($url); // Output in a button or something similar so that it is easy to see echo "<button type=\"button\" class=\"btn btn-warning\">" . $nonsefurl . "</button>"; ?>
This way you can quickly see the info you might need.
Alternatively, you could place it in a module and simply turn the module on or off as required.