On 09-Jul-01 Jon Yaggie wrote:
> the problem
> i have a page that uses a query string to determine content. ie
> index.php?id=2 in this page there is a link to a memebership area that uses
> a remote service. this service requires that thee be the exact same
> refering url. is the refering url must always be index.php. how can i do
> this? can i do this?
Depends on how the remote validates the referal; since they want index.php;
assume they use php as well, and get the referrer like everybody else, from
so add on a "&HTTP_REFERER=/php/index.php&id=foo" to the POST/ GET.
That should do it unless they've done un-speakable things to Apache/PHP.
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