If you're going to go to the trouble for Lynx, you might as well just use it
for everybody.

HTTP_REFERER is better since it keeps track of pages off of your site as

But if you don't care about that, tracking them all the same will be easier
code to maintain.

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----- Original Message -----
From: Pekesan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Newsgroups: php.general
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2001 10:53 PM
Subject: $HTTP_REFERER problem

> I know that some browsers doesn't gives support to $HTTP_REFERER variable
> lynx in example). I am thinking on checking the browser ident (with 
> HTTP_USER_AGENT) and managing $HTTP_REFERER as a session var in those cases 
> who doesn't give support. But it would be great that if somebody found 
> another solution shares it with me.
> Thanks in advance , and compaints about my English,

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