I don't think that string actually gets sent unless the browser receives a
401 Auth Required (I think that's it) header.
Even if you have that setup and put a page with phpinfo() in it you'll
notice that none of the environment variables will look like the url
you've got below. The browser pulls that out first and sends them as
I think anyway...
On Tue, 12 Feb 2002, Christian Blichmann wrote:
> Hello Again!
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> > > I'd like to retrieve the "http://someReallyWeirdAtDomain"-part.
> > <http://php.net/parse-url>
> I think you misunderstood my question, my problem is not how to parse the
> I discovered the the parse_url-function before... My problem is much more
> how to retrieve the string the user type into the address bar of his/her
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