> The easiest way it to perform a redirect.
> Unfortunately, HTTP allows automatic redirects only for "GET" requests.
> But, if you can live with "GET", then it is very easy.
Fortunately, most web browsers are lax and let you do this. Safari is
not, but the warnings are a bit obscure to most users, as a 302
response technically means to repost the data to a new URL - hence
Safari's 'do you want to resend this data' question.
A 303 response should be used to redirect a POST request. The user is
still supposed to be asked if they want to follow the redirect, but I
bet most browsers won't, as the specs are ambiguous.
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