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« on: March 22, 2006, 06:07:59 AM »


 I have Apache running on my computer as a Proxy server using the directive ProxyRequest On. I created a module as an Output filter for .html, .txt, .css and .js files. I have configured my browser to use the Apache Proxy server running on my computer. When I surf the internet the Apche HTTP proxy module is getting triggered so, I know that the request are going through Apache. I have added the AddOutputFilter directive so that I can use my Output filter module. The problem is when I open a web page typing in an url (i.e. in my browser. my output filter module is not being triggered, I cannot filter the response from the orgin server. If I type http://localhost I get a blank page which I should but, my output filter module gets triggered. How should I be setup so that I can filter the http response context before it is displayed in my web browser.
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