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From "Jeff" <jmu...@cox.net>
Subject [users@httpd] reverse proxy (mod_proxy_html?) screws up js within body tag.......
Date Wed, 05 Sep 2007 21:00:28 GMT
I am running apache2 as a reverse proxy with the usual modules.   I have an
problem on some pages where the js within the body tag gets misplaced when
the page is rewritten, I’m presuming during the mod_proxy_html re-write:

 

NO PROXY:

 

</head>

<form method="POST" action="../cgi-bin/cgi_main" name="frmApplicationShort"
language="JavaScript" style="text-align: center">

<body onKeyPress="SetDefaultSubmit('Add Vehicle >');" bgcolor="#4b6c8b"
onLoad="toggleCoApp();document.frmApplicationShort.elements[0].focus();">

 

PROXY:

 

</head>

<body><form method="POST" action="../cgi-bin/cgi_main"
name="frmApplicationShort" language="JavaScript" style="text-align: center">

');&quot; bgcolor=&quot;#4b6c8b&quot;
onLoad=&quot;toggleCoApp();document.frmApplicationShort.elements[0].focus();
&quot;&gt;

 

 

 

Does anyone have any idea what might cause this?  I am running ver 2.x of
mod_proxy_html.

 

Regards, Jeff

 

 


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