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From Brian Kim <09su.resea...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] How to distinguish the first web page?
Date Tue, 25 Aug 2009 21:54:40 GMT
Hi.

Currently I am using mod_proxy_http module for http apache.
I would like to know how to get the very first page(text/html type)
among a series of returned pages.

For example, the following is a html of a site, www.foo.com. It has
two iframe in itself.

<html>
<iframe src="www.foo1.com".... >
............
<iframe src="www.foo2.com".... >

</html>

We get a html of www.foo.com, a html of www.foo1.com ,and then a html
of www.foo2.com in this order.
All of these pages have text/html type that I want to get.
My proxy wants to modify the very first web page only which is a html
of www.foo.com in the above example.
Is there any way to distinguish the main page and the other webpages
that is requested by the main page?

Thanks.

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