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How would you go about implementing this in a custom application?
Ive been thinking about this, and the tracking of current URL can either be done server-side or client-side.
I feel client-side is the easiest with JS and use validation on server-side to ensure that we are only forwarding within our own domain and thus not acting as a proxy.
Thougts? Implementation samples? etc?
JS is the best way, but I always like to put in a non-JS execution path.
One of the tricks I do is to use JS to create a session cookie earlier on. This cookie then tells the server whether or not the client has JS.
I also do this for AJAX studliness.
thanks for the info.
How do you handle POSTS URLs?
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