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  • Fill in content
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CGI Variables

DOCUMENT_ROOT - The root directory of your server
HTTP_COOKIE - The visitor's cookie, if one is set
HTTP_HOST - The hostname of your server
HTTP_REFERER - The URL of the page that called your script
HTTP_USER_AGENT - The browser type of the visitor
HTTPS - "on" if the script is being called through a secure server
PATH - The system path your server is running under
QUERY_STRING - The query string (see GET, below)
REMOTE_ADDR - The IP address of the visitor
REMOTE_HOST - The hostname of the visitor (if your server has reverse-name-lookups on; otherwise this is the IP address again)
REMOTE_PORT - The port the visitor is connected to on the web server
REMOTE_USER - The visitor's username (for .htaccess-protected pages)
REQUEST_URI - The interpreted pathname of the requested document or CGI (relative to the document root)
SCRIPT_FILENAME - The full pathname of the current CGI
SCRIPT_NAME - The interpreted pathname of the current CGI (relative to the document root)
SERVER_ADMIN - The email address for your server's webmaster
SERVER_NAME - Your server's fully qualified domain name (e.g. www.xtasygaming.com)
SERVER_PORT - The port number your server is listening on
SERVER_SOFTWARE - The server software you're using (such as Apache 1.3)