Passing Variables WITHOUT Dynamic URLs

Victor Subervi victorsubervi at gmail.com
Thu Sep 17 17:23:25 CEST 2009


Right. Bad example on my part. How about if I want to pass a cookie from
page to page? Or some data called up from a database query?
V

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 7:30 PM, Rami Chowdhury <rami.chowdhury at gmail.com>wrote:

>  I like to pass at least browser
>> information from page to page to make pages display properly.
>>
>
> What kind of web framework are you using? Most allow you to access the HTTP
> headers sent with a request -- in this case, what you'd be after is the
> 'User-Agent' header.
>
>
> On Wed, 16 Sep 2009 16:21:41 -0700, Victor Subervi <
> victorsubervi at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi;
>> Search engines don't like dynamic links. I like to pass at least browser
>> information from page to page to make pages display properly. Spiders
>> couldn't care less about asthetics, so that wouldn't matter to them. But
>> passing something like *.com?browser=IE5 trips the spider up. Is there a
>> way
>> to pass this variable without that and without using a form for every page
>> (which is not practical)?
>> TIA,
>> Victor
>>
>
>
>
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