Jeffrey Perry writes: >What appears to happen when a POST is redirected is the client attempts a >GET at the new URL so that the user can fill-in the form again (it may have >changed when it moved) There are several pages on the Web ("The Revolving Door" comes to mind) which, on the basis of form input, redirect you to one of a number of different pages. These pages then need to be retrieved using GET. This usage appears to be much more common than a redirect where the client is supposed to POST again on the target system. At a very early stage of development, Enhanced Mosaic would actually do another POST after a redirect. In every case that this happened, it generated incorrect results (like an "Action not allowed" response). I think that switching to GET after a redirect is current practice for most browsers. -- Jim Seidman, Senior Software Engineer, Spyglass Inc.