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Document.referrer and Firewalls

Posted on 1998-08-05
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Will a Firewall prevent the retreival of the correct document.referrer property?

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Delicia.
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No.  A firewall will not prevent this method from working.. The only thing is if the user types in the URL rather than click on a link... That would cause the string to return null.

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Thanks MasseyM

I doubted that it would but better safe than sorry.
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