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Bug #19186 Redirect to acts weird.
Submitted: 2002-08-30 00:00 UTC Modified: 2002-09-05 14:55 UTC
From: webkid at webkid dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Website problem
PHP Version: 4.2.2 OS: N/A
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2002-08-30 00:00 UTC] webkid at webkid dot com
I have a script on my site that offers me a quick one-line command interface. I've integrated the ability to type in something to the effect of "php:function" to be redirected to via a Location header.
If I type something (say, "php:font") and the search engine rather than a real function appears, all the links are relative to my domain. Example:

type "php:font"
head "Location:"
top result links to ""

Important to note: If I type something to the effect of "php:date" (a real function) there is no problem.


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 [2002-09-03 23:55 UTC]
What would you rather have show up?  If you goto a bogus function, we provide you with a search results with that name.  If you goto a valid function name you will receive the manual on that page. 
 [2002-09-04 18:29 UTC] webkid at webkid dot com
No, you're missing my point. I'm very happy that the search engine comes up.

But the problem is that if I redirect to the site, ALL of the URLs on the page are WRONG! However, this only applies to a search. Rather than leading to (if that was one of the intended results) it leads to

This is NOT the case when you redirect to the correct location.

Please note, again, that EVERY LINK leads to an *offsite* address. Not to I'm willing to bet this has something to do with the mirrors.
 [2002-09-05 03:59 UTC]
well duh.

we use relative links not absolute links, so we save the x bytes of bandwidth every time not needing to transfer them.

get over it.
 [2002-09-05 06:17 UTC]
1. We user relative links, not absolute.
2. A <base href=""> in the search result htdig template would actually solve the problem, but I don't know where is that template located...
 [2002-09-05 14:55 UTC]
Marking as bogus, I don't see this as a bug.  
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