AFAIK there is no function to see the Referer (if it isn`t already a part of the URL).
Why do you need to see the Referer?
I only need to see the Referer when I download a project:
You can see the Referer in the Queue tree.
You have the option to see a Referer when you follow a link:
Use CTRL+ALT when you click on a link.
> > Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
I am not sure if any browser has this feature. Although Opera and Mozilla can`t do what OEP does. It is a simple protection scheme I adopted for my own closed system website.
I don`t know whether this helps you, but Konqueror, the builtin browser
of the Linux graphical interface KDE, does the following:
when a page contains a <base href=...> tag, konqueror uses this url
as the referer for following links on that page.
Definitely not (I just tried it).
Naturally all browsers use the url from the <base href=...> tag for
the completion of links on that page, but only konqueror uses this
url in the referer header.
<a href="/~pfrswr"><img src="/cgi-bin/counter.gif"></a>
All browsers give a zero picture with this page, only konqueror shows
a different number which was 1922 on my last test.
As long a a browser can use a proxy (which all can), then you can use this method. Once set up, just set OE to use proxy server in the options.