John Hile wrote:
> 
> Can anybody suggest a good technique for controlling what gets sent
> in the HTTP_REFERER header when users click on links to pages outside
> your own site. We are setting up a secure server that may
> occasionally contain links to outside sites. Normally, the browser
> passes the complete URL of our current page in HTTP_REFERER when a
> user clicks on one of these links, but there may be information in
> the URL that we want to protect. I tried simply setting up a page on
> our site with a redirect to pass the links through, but the browser
> still passes the original URL. Any suggestions for a good way to
> handle this are welcome.

You might try creating a frameset.  Make a very small frame at the top
of the window that permits the user to return to your site and take up
the rest of the window with the other site.

Shane

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