From: web.dev on 28 Sep 2006 12:54
> or how to property set document.referrer, would something like this work:
> document.referrer == 'http://www.example.com;
1. The referrer property is a read-only value.
2. You're doing an equality comparison.
3. Even if referrer wasn't read-only, and you were doing an assignment,
then you have an unterminated string.
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