Thanks for informing, most of them have been fixed now and I had remove links to few posts because they were dead as you'd mentioned above.


That site apparently uses the HTTP referer header which is part of an HTTP request initiated by clicking a link to redirect your request. Not so in Safari 5, which seriously broke tabbed browsing, it's not even funny; therefore I couldn't reproduce the issue at first. Using curl and manually setting the HTTP referer header: $ curl --include http://www....

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