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  <span>Method: 
PHPCrawler::setFollowRedirectsTillContent()</span>
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Defines whether the crawler should follow HTTP-redirects until first content was found, regardless of defined filter-rules and follow-modes.
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<b>Signature:</b>
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public setFollowRedirectsTillContent($mode)
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<tr><td id="paramname" width="1%"><b>$mode</b>&nbsp;</td><td width="1%"><i><i>bool</i></i>&nbsp;</td><td width="*">If TRUE, the crawler will follow redirects until content was finally found.<br>                  Defaults to TRUE.</td></tr>
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<b>Description:</b>
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Sometimes, when requesting an URL, the first thing the webserver does is sending a redirect to<br>another location, and sometimes the server of this new location is sending a redirect again<br>(and so on). <br>So at least its possible that you find the expected content on a totally different host<br>as expected.<br><br>If you set this option to TRUE, the crawler will follow all these redirects until it finds some content.<br>If content finally was found, the root-url of the crawling-process will be set to this url and all<br>defined options (folllow-mode, filter-rules etc.) will relate to it from now on.
  
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