Incoming web traffic from various sources will visit SITE A, and then get automatically redirected to SITE B. The catch is that the headers will show the SITE A page as the referrer.
The goal is to change the referrer, not to blank it out (such as what a meta-refresh tends to do). If you could make this work for ALL browsers, meaning having no blank referrers, that would be perfect.
The user config (specifying the redirect location etc.) can be right in the script files, no GUI admin page is needed unless it makes sense to do it that way for some reason.
Ok, so just to be more clear, I want my redirect links to bounce off my main site, [url removed, login to view] and then get to SITE B, which is the destination of the redirect, with the referrer showing as [url removed, login to view] regardless of where traffic is coming from.
So basically, if I were to post a redirect link on facebook or myspace, the referrer will NOT show as facebook or myspace but instead [url removed, login to view] once someone clicks on the link. Also, I want the IP of the visitor that clicks on a redirect link to be their original IP throughout the entire process.
Hope this makes sense.