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in one page i'm entering the url to which i want to go by submiting the url.anyway that is over. what i want now is : if i'll click on a perticular link inside that page,then that page will be sent to server.and my job will be with some changes in that pages i'll display the page for client.
ok thanks a lot for a quick reply
I'd like to try to help, but I still don't think I understand. Are you talking about creating the links dynamically, so that you don't know in advance what the URL for link will be? Are you using a FORM button to submit the URL?
You see, I'm not clear about your question. Please give a bit more detail, and we'll work it out.
You are on a page.
You see a link on a page.
You put your mouse on that link.
If that is your question,
1) If you are using Internet Explorer as your browser, go to the View menu and click on Source.
the file of the page you were looking at will be on your screen. It is the code to make the page.
To see the external file, you need to go to your address window at the top of your browser and insert the file name after the domain name of the page you were first looking at.
I will use an example to explain.
The first page I am on is [bla.com....]
I want to understand how that link was made.
I go to the top of my browser in the "View" menu and click "Source"
The code of [bla.com...] is downloaded to my computer.
I look inside the <head></head> tags of that downloaded file and see this:
Does that answer your question?
If that doesn't answer your question, can you please post the URL of the page you are having trouble with?
I think we may need to have this information to help you.
You have a textbox on your page where people can enter a URL. When they click on SUBMIT and send the data to your server, you link them to that site, and you also get a record of what site they went to.
Now, the person is on the next site, and not yours. You want to get a report about what link they click on that next site.
If that's your question, I've got bad news -- it can't be done. It would be a very big security and privacy problem if that kind of tracking was possible.
Of course, I realize I may not have the question right, even now. If so, feel free to explain some more. I'm having fun playing detective.