Normally, the referrer is traceable through:   JavaScript's document.referrer The request headers, e.g. PHP's $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']   I have set up a Codepad demo which shows these properties, for testing purposes.  Requirements:...
I have a page where I don't want the outbound links to send a referrer so the destination site doesn't know where they came from.  I'm guessing this isn't possible but I just want to make sure there weren't any hidden javascript m...
I need to make requests to Google Translate Text-To-Speech API. I have an enabled key but keep getting blocked by No Access-Control-Allow-Origin.  I've posted more about it here:  Google Translate API - No Access Control Origin with Text to Speec...
I've written the following small piece of javascript (Based on the excellent parseURI function) to identify where the user originated from. I am new to Javascript, and although the code below works, was wondering if there is a more efficient meth...
Case:    site A contains a link that opens site B in new window.  The script in site B is trying to get the site A url.   My question: Is there any way to track the referrer of a new window which was opened using target="_blank" or Javascript...
Is it possible to get the referrer of an iFrame's parent page with JavaScript in iFrame?  Example: Page A has an iFrame. The iFrames referrer is be page A. But is is possible to get Page A's referrer in the iFrame with JavaScript?...
How can do the same function in javascript that is document.location.pathname - except with the referrer? so something like document.referrer.pathname?  Thanks....
I'd like to display a back button with the help of history.back, but it should only be displayed if the history page is within the same website / domain. So it should not be displayed if referrer is e.g. google.com. Couldn't find a working so...
I've created some code using curl (PHP) which allows me to spoof the referrer or blank the referer then direct the user to another page with an spoofed referrer.  However the drawback to this is the IP address in the headers will always be the IP...
I wrote a small test page to grab document.referrer of users with javascript and send it to a simple log server (like sendReferrer(document.referrer)).  The referrer Firefox sends is always url-encoded, (eg. 'http://www.google.com/search?q=%C3%9C...

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