[1/4] from: reboler::bol::com::br at: 13-Mar-2003 13:50
Hi Folks!, Sorry to bother you, but how can I read a URL redirection before its change? For example: b: http://www.somehost.com/ b: to-url b a: read b Then b becomes another url. how can I read this new url, without having to read the new URL? I think there's a parameter at 'b' that redirects to another url. I just want to read this parameter of the new URL, without reading the page. Is there any refinements? Thanks in advance --Reboler
[2/4] from: hallvard:ystad:helpinhand at: 13-Mar-2003 19:39
Here you go: http://www.escribe.com/internet/rebol/m18574.html ~H Dixit Reboler (17.50 13.03.2003):
[3/4] from: gchiu:compkarori at: 14-Mar-2003 9:13
On Thu, 13 Mar 2003 13:50:43 -0300 "Reboler" <[reboler--bol--com--br]> wrote:
>Sorry to bother you, but how can I read a URL redirection >before its change? > >For example: > >b: http://www.somehost.com/ >b: to-url b
b is already type url .. so no need for this line.
>a: read b > >Then b becomes another url. how can I read this new url, >without having to >read the new URL?
page: open http://www.hotmail.com probe page/target -- Graham Chiu http://www.compkarori.com/cerebrus
[4/4] from: reboler:bol at: 14-Mar-2003 8:36
it worked well. Thanks. Graham