And if they do a manual refresh on the page you re-directed to, the "was_meta_refresh_before" flag will be set. How will you tell it from a meta-refresh redirect?
You need to use a cookie or session id. Regardless, by reading the whole thread and 'cheating off the other students' this has been pretty beat to death. On 8/11/07, Richard Lynch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > On Fri, August 10, 2007 6:51 pm, Geoff Nicol wrote: > > That was my first thought as well but you will still have to use a > > session > > variable or cookie for the page following redirect to know it was a > > meta-refresh. > > No. > > For the page following, you can use some other GET parameter, such as > "was_meta_refresh_before" > > So long as you are not using the same GET parameter, you can bounce > back and forth all day. > > -- > Some people have a "gift" link here. > Know what I want? > I want you to buy a CD from some indie artist. > http://cdbaby.com/browse/from/lynch > Yeah, I get a buck. So? > >