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  1. Why do I receive a message saying "Invalid Referrer"?






  1. Why do I receive a message saying "Invalid Referrer"?

    For security reasons, we added a referrer check to the script. On line 57 you'll find this variable :

    $domain = "";

    By leaving it as is (""), there will be no referrer check and you will not receive the "Invalid Referrer" message. To prevent users from other web sites pointing to your form and uploading files to your server, you should add part of your web site's name to the variable. For example, if your website address was www.yahoo.com you could enter:

    $domain = "yah";

    Note that if setting this variable, surfers that have the referrer blocked (about 1 in every 250), would receive the error message.

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