Re: Inserting html/frame/banner to requested webpage by proxy/gateway
From: Cody Baker (cody_at_wilkshire.net)
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 14:10:52 -0400 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
I should imagine this is going to be used as a reverse proxy. I believe
it's possible with mod_layout and apache (
Gunnarsson, Mikael wrote:
>Please don't crosspost.
>I don't know of any proxy software that lets you change the content it passes in such a way.. You'd probably have to hack something up yourself.
>I question the point though. If it's outgoing content you want to modify, it would probably be easier to let the web server itself add a header/footer or whatever it is you want to add.
>If it's incoming web pages you want to modify, I question the ethic of it. Would YOU like to use a web proxy that adds banners to every page you visit?
>Also, it would probably screw up the rendering of most non-simple pages, so there's technical issues as well..
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>>Subject: Inserting html/frame/banner to requested webpage by
>>anybody here can told me, how to insert html code to any
>>requested page by proxy/gateway.
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