15 Nov 2011

IE8 window.location HTTP_REFERER

Stupid HTTP variable, HTTP_REFERER. It's spelt wrong for a start.

Anyway, to cut a long, stupid story short, an HTTP call invoked from a javascript window.location change will usually set the HTTP_REFERER variable on IIS because the browser sends a Referer header.

I say 'usually' because it DOESN'T FRIGGING WORK in IE8. IE9, FF, Chrome, fine. IE8, nope.

Sigh.


3 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:29 pm

    In the same boat here... Would be nice to uninstall IE8 from everyone in the world's machine. (Starting with my company's intranet users.)

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