I have a page in wordpress which shows all registered users in a table. When clicked on a user you’ll be redirected to their user page. Here is a sample:

echo '<tr onclick="location.href='/user/'.$slug.'/'">
            <td>'.$result->firstname.' '.$result->lastname.'</td>
      </tr>';

Where $slug is retreived from the database. I have a page with permalink

my_wordpress_site.com/user

. So if I click on a user I get redirected to a link

my_wordpress_site.com/user/example_user_slug

Which doesn’t show anything because it’s obviously a non existent sub page. I’ve tried something like $_GET in the permalink but wordpress doesn’t allow that. How do I fix this?

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