On Thursday, April 11, 2002, at 11:49 AM, Matthew Walker wrote:
> I just ran across a very strange problem with IE.
> page that is loaded in the new window does not get any HTTP_REFERER.
> Does anyone know why this is, and if other browsers will have the same
> problem? I use Mozilla, and it passes the referrer properly.
Well, from what I understand you're not guaranteed to have access to the
HTTP_REFERER (depends on the browser/user agent), so relying on it isn't
a good idea (as your example demonstrates).
I have gotten around this by using $_SERVER['QUERYSTRING'], and loading
this into a hidden form field, or you can write a function that takes
this value and transforms it into ASCII and then urlencode() the ASCII
code to put it into a link, or you could pass it as an argument to your
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