[nycphp-talk] Redirect after post with "HTTP/1.1 303 See Other"
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> Hans C. Kaspersetz hans-at-cyberxdesigns.com |nyphp dev/internal group
> use| wrote:
>> +1 Chris! I owe you a cold adult beverage.
>> John, do you have an opinion on this?
> My opinion is that Dan and Chris are both brilliant and diligent.
> I have no experience with the 303, but I can inquire of Google and
> Yahoo! and ask around.
> If it works practically, it might be an answer to the flash detection
> issue (?). Since any redirect has potential for abuse, however if
> there was a way to do it without any redirection, of course that is best.
> -=john andrews
It appears from my read of past history that the 303 is treated like a
temporary redirect (e.g. untrusted, like a 302 or meta refresh)
This may be a case where using the 301 is "best" even though it may be
technically incorrect (?)
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