On 06/20/03(13:49) you "Ng S. T. Chong" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|> |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 ?
|In my solution I insert the base href tag in the original document.
BASE tag affects only to relative URL in HTML body, thus if a URL in
original message is written in full-URL like http://www.microsoft.com/xxx
or if it appears in HTTP header or CSS body, it is left as is.
>12.4.1 Resolving relative URIs
>User agents must calculate the base URI for resolving relative URIs
>according to [RFC1808], section 3.
>The following describes how [RFC1808] applies specifically to HTML.
>User agents must calculate the base URI according to the following
>precedences (highest priority to lowest):
> 1.The base URI is set by the BASE element.
> 2.The base URI is given by meta data discovered during a protocol
> interaction, such as an HTTP header (see [RFC2616]).
> 3.By default, the base URI is that of the current document. Not all
> HTML documents have a base URI (e.g., a valid HTML document may
> appear in an email and may not be designated by a URI). Such
> HTML documents are considered erroneous if they contain relative
> URIs and rely on a default base URI.
>Additionally, the OBJECT and APPLET elements define attributes that take
>precedence over the value set by the BASE element.
(relative URI in those tags are interpreted based on "codebase" attribute)
|I need it to overcome the default security policy that prohibits
|communication between client side code supplied by two different
Is the application written in Java or so?
|Perhaps a lighter version of delegate is what we need.
Putting BASE into mediated HTML data by DeleGate might be useful to sweep
@ @ Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.delegate.org/y.sato/
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