Hello Angela,

Sunday, April 21, 2013, 4:51:37 AM, you wrote:

>         I've written a script that logs all visits to a web site,
> complete with referrer and IP address.  It also logs all 4xx errors.
> What I'd like to add to this is, if someone adds extra code after
> the page_name.php, to be able to capture any extra code and log that.

>         I've tried:


> but nothing seems to get logged.

>         Is there a way, when either a false url is entered and a
> 404 is generated, or just when someone tacks on extra code to the
> URL, that I can grab that extra info?  I'm looking for the complete
> URL that was entered by the user, not anything returned by the server.

>         I've created my own 4xx_error.php files which calls my
> tracking script, along with creating the proper ErrorDocument lines in the 
> main .htaccess file.

>         There are a lot of pages that have come up in my search,
> but nothing seems to pertain to what I'm trying to do.

> Thank you,
> Angela

> BTW, I know about Piwik and I use that, as well.  This is something I'm doing 
> on my own.

You  can put this in the page and email your self the information that
is available:

$s = ob_get_contents();

email('y...@wherever.com', 'Error Listing", $s);

Then you can see all that's present and work out what to trap

Best regards,
 Tom                            mailto:trog...@kwikin.com

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