The server never sends you somethink you don't request. Simply get the
page and there will be no images. If you would want to do the oposite
you would have much more trouble.
Rusty Small wrote:
>I have written a script in which the main purpose is to download html pages
>from multiple web servers. I'm using the fopen() function to download these
>pages. I would like to be able to download only the source (text) and no
>binary data as this would greatly improve the speed of my script.
>I've seen this on the client side with browsers being set to text only mode.
>Is there a way to do this with php on the sever side to tell the remote web
>server to not download the images associated a particular URL? I'm running
>Red Hat 7.3 and Apache web server.
>Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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