dog = document.URL;
<img src="http://www.hamptonroadsforeclosure.com/cgi-bin/keff_head.pl?idx1=" + dog><br>
<img src="http://www.hamptonroadsforeclosure.com/cgi-bin/keff_head.pl?idx2=" + dog><br>
In other words I am using PERL on the other end to receive the image url and if anything was attached as ?idx1=anything then i could captrure the url on the other end...
The image URL is placed on the page and the perl is the reciever..
I tried the two lines above but neither worked...
Thanks for that I will recheck it now.. but that sounds too easy i am sure I looked at that before...I am pretty sure i checked that before... but will let you know in a few... Thanks for the suggestion....
Originally Posted by rtrethewey
You are correct... I do have the url in the referrer... and the sad thing is i knew that... the reason I lost my way is that most of the time the subdomain hits do not show on the list.. and so not seeing any url I forgot one of the items was the referrer and the url...
so maybe since you are a lot smarter than me... at least you got me back on track... I had fallen asleep at the wheel... let me ask this.... in case you might have some idea as to what is going on...
It seems to be cache related...... and its pulling my hair out...
When you visit pages on the main domain.. mydomain.com each entry is logged.. however much of the time when you visit the idx... idx.mydomain.com it does not register a hit.. I am wondering if its possible a long term cache they are using on the idx... would that cause it... cache causing non loading of the image so no hit at my perl site. I am using a tiny red image and it always shows on the idx site.. i am wondering if I had perl change the image every time to a new image would that make it load each time... i could have a counter switch the image to green, red, gold, and etc one each hit to see if that will beat the cache... if that is what it is... I can't control that cache... even though its on my domain... its only virtually on my domain....
Any thoughts would be appreciated... and thanks for getting me straight on the referrer....
A tad bit more info in case it might help you understand what I am saying. For the subdomain idx. almost never show hits. . just rarely.. I can only suspect its a long time cache... but it seems to randomly show the hits.. I have to guess its cache runout time then gets a fresh copy and show the hit.. but the weird thing is when it shows it usually shows several hits in a row then non for a long time... why wouldnt one hit refresh it and then a delay... why several... any idea on how to bypass if it is a cache... changing images on every hit... I am desperate to do anything.
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Not sure that this helps your issue, but I'll answer your question for you.
But.. that will cause your pages to hit that image twice. Once when the img is first created, then again when the src is rewritten with the parameter appended to it.
<img src="http://www.somedomain.com/image.jpg" id="thisImage" />
var somevalue = "whatever you want to collect";
document.getElementById('thisImage').src += '?newParam=' + somevalue;
If you want to have only one request to that image fire...
2- Hppend the img to the document, like this (one of many ways):
The second approach might be helpful for you... if you suspect your image is being cached, adding a random number to the URL should get around the cache issue.
var img = document.createElement('img');
var someValue = 'value you want to collect';
img.src='http://www.somedomain.com/image.jpg?newparam=' + someValue;
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