swirlee wrote:Does mydomain.com have PHP installed, and are you able to alter the page which loads the frames for the frame-redirect? The cause of your problem is that when you request http://www.mydomain.com/index.php?id=abc, in the frame it still just loads http://www.anotherdomain.com/_mydomain/. Your parameters don't get passed on. What you have to do is write a script that will take the GET variables from mydomain.com and add them to the frameset. If you aren't able to modify (and use PHP on) the page that has the frameset, you're out of luck. Frame-redirects are a terrible kludge that really shouldn't exist at all, but that's a topic for another time.
imroue wrote:Thanks for the info swirlee. I don't have access to the php installed and that is certainly a problem. BUT, after doing some playing around I was able to solve my problem using:
$url_in = $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'];
This allowed me to get the variables from the URL on that particular page.
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