On 06/19/03(21:42) you "Ng S. T. Chong" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|As you pointed out dynamically generated URLs are at the heart of the
|problem. Unfortunately, increasingly many sites are moving towards this
|direction. Take for instance the popular Google search engine.
Whether or not URLs are dynamically generated does not affect the problem.
The problem is where the generated URLs are embedded. HTTP header and
some HTML tags (like Location or HREF) do syntactically define where
|For what I need it does the job although I don't really need to have all
|the links rewritten. All I need in my context is to have every url
|activation to carry a constant prefix, e.g., http://delegate..../
Do you have any idea to set such prefix for every URL without rewriting?
By the way, could you tell me the reason why you need such prefixing ?
@ @ Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.delegate.org/y.sato/
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