reasons why it couldn't be set:

the url was typed directly

some browser don't send referer information

other (like opera 5.12) send a wrong value

you shouldn't rely on HTTP_REFERER too much


hassan el forkani

23/11/2001 11:55:04, Jordan Elver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>I'm writing a 404 handler and in order to report the item that was requested 
>I was trying to get the value of HTTP_REFERER. But, it does seem to get set. 
>Does anyone know how to find thi value? Is there a reason why it would not 
>get set?
>Jordan Elver
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