The code is fine, so long there's a document.referrer you can grab off
the window.history stack, document.referrer returns the previous url in
the history object provided this page was loaded BY CLICKING ON A LINK ON
THE PREVIOUS PAGE, if not, it'll return a blank, and window.history can be
flushed by several things, the server may be restricting the browser to no
caching, or opening a browser session, or a secure connection with no
caching or page expirations.
On Thu, 09 Jun 2005 08:47:39 -0700, Fabri <email@example.com> wrote:
> Why if, f.e., if I write in the page:
> var r = (document.referrer).toLowerCase();
> var p = r.split("middle");
> it works
> but if I put this script in an external script and insert into multiple
> pages with
> <script src="my.js"></script>
> it doesn't?
> Help appreciated.
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