Hey thanks Kevin. That was all I needed to know. I can't quite understand
why it didn't report back, but I have it working now. I did have
register_globals off, and even tried turning it on, but that didn't make a
difference. Maybe I should just start trying to write my own from scratch

Thanks again,


On Wed, 18 Dec 2002, Kevin Stone wrote:

|The only way to get at HTTP_REFERER is either through getenv(),
|$HTTP_SERVER_VARS, or $_SERVER.  There is no other way around it.  But since
|the methods are universial there shouldn't be any harm in just using the
|Find/Replace command in your editor.
|I found one (rather odd) reference that suggested getenv() may not return
|certain values if Register Globals is turned on, but I do not believe it is

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