Did you maybe mean referee?
- From English referrer, mistaken spelling. (Wiktionary)
“This morning, I noticed an incoming referer from the German edition of the same magazine: Wie Blogger den Tsunami-Opfern Halfen, with my photograph.”
“They are normally used for setting the security of a directory, but in this case redirected visitors if their referer was a search engine.”
“Called a "referer," these pages help sites know how a user got to their page.”
“The apps were using a common Web standard, known as a "referer," which passes on the address of the last page viewed when a user clicks on a link.”
“Eckersley said the "referer" problem isn't new, nor is it necessarily limited to Facebook.”
“Monday, swearing up and down that the user IDs (which were passed from Facebook apps to advertisers and Net-tracking firms through "referer" headers that series of articles on online privacy called What They Know) notes that advertisers and Net tracking firms could, if they wanted to, put a name to a Facebook user ID with the help of cookies and other "online identifiers.”
“There was an error: Can't evaluate the expression because the name "referer" hasn't been defined.”
“- SQL injection in tjs. php because of missing or improper validation of the "referer" GET parameter;”
“Q: What kind of referer and user agent information does the html widget send if remote images (etc) are in a page?”
“The HTTP referrer, or HTTP "referer" as it is now permanently misspelled, should always come from your own domain.”
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