Using Anchors for GET Requests4:18 with Chris Ramacciotti
HTML anchors form the links by which we can navigate throughout the internet. In this video you'll see how the browser uses HTML anchor elements to form HTTP GET requests when a visitor clicks on the anchor.
The "Referer" Header
In an HTTP request, your browser includes a "referer" header, which is the page where the current request is initiated from. Looking closely, you might notice that "referer" is misspelled! The correct spelling is referrer, but the initial specifications included the incorrect spelling of the header. Because of its widespread use, the spelling has not been corrected.
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