>Bug in IE?  PHP doesn't even enter the picture here.  The HTTP_REFERER
>variable is defined by the web server if that information is provided by
>the browser.

No, it's not really a PHP thing, it's more HTML stuff.
I suspect that the error comes because one of the server is not running 
SSL, so IE doesn't pass HTTP_REFERER to it.
I wonder if someone has any authoritative knowledge on this problem.

>Keep in mind that there is absolutely no guarantee that the browser will
>ever provide this information.  Building anything that relies on this is a

Yeah, I know, but this is an outsourced script that I have no controll off.


Ezra Nugroho
Web/Database Application Specialist
Goshen College ITS
Phone: (219) 535-7706

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