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When a user clicks on a link on my page that points to a non-existing page
he will be redirected to error/404.php (by .htaccess)

How can I find the link that he was trying to follow, and the page on which
that link was.

If a user entered a non-existing url he will also be redirected but then
only the wrong url can be fetched. How can I do that?
Jul 16 '05 #1
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you can also look at the error log/access log.

sanjay
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When a user clicks on a link on my page that points to a non-existing page
he will be redirected to error/404.php (by .htaccess)

How can I find the link that he was trying to follow, and the page on which that link was.

If a user entered a non-existing url he will also be redirected but then
only the wrong url can be fetched. How can I do that?

Jul 16 '05 #2

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