Pffft you can't trust Java, JavaScript or anything on the server side at
all.  Since it's set by the browser (client) itself, the best you can do is
test for it, and provide a fall back option.

For the bulk of users, this will be okay, because they're on IE.  What you
need to be carefull of is what effect your fall back has on the unknown

Or design/program without the need to know what they're using :D

Justin French

on 15/07/02 5:34 AM, Saci ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

> // HTTP_REFERER as a feature. In  short, it cannot really be trusted.
> Anybody know how to do that using JAva history with PHP together , or any
> other methode that works and can be trusted.

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