I looked up google for more information. But the more I read, the more I am confused or wonder
I understand that
CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION() follows “the location”, but what is the location? Is it the url that is initialized?
curl_setopt($curl_connection, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION, false);
I only need to post data into icontact mailing list – so would this snippet above prevent the data from going in the mailing list?
$result and see that the data went in the correct mailing list although I cannot see whether the data are the correct ones which are from form.
Quoting from docs:
TRUEto follow any “Location: ” header that the
server sends as part of the HTTP header (note this is recursive, PHP
will follow as many “Location: ” headers that it is sent, unless
When you request a URL, you can sometimes be redirected to some other URL. In PHP it’d be done with:
This directive instructs CURL to load that URL instead of the original one, as HTTP mandates. There’s normally no good reason to disable it.
It tells CURL to ignore 30x HTTP redirect headers or not. If set to true,
"Location: <someurl>" HTTP headers in the response will cause CURL to issue another request to the location specified in this header.