I rarely need to code, but when I do, it's generally bash scripts and some C. In this instance, my task involves a web page-based solution - of which I have little experience. The page basically needs to have two fields and a submit button; the purpose is sending SMS messages. HTTP GET is used to send a query string to the server, which then sends the message. It has to be GET, which is where I am stuck - here is an example string:

Code: there
Observe the space at the end, I know that URLs shouldn't have spaces, but the bloody unit takes the strings literally, so resulting SMS messages have a "+" between every word. I could get around this if I was able to use POST, but I cannot. Can anyone suggest a route to take where I can construct a URL based on form data and utilise spaces?