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    1 ##########################################################
    2 #
    3 # "Untrusted" Error Output template for Privoxy.
    4 #
    5 #
    6 # USING HTML TEMPLATES:
    7 # ---------------------
    8 #
    9 # Template files are written win plain HTML, with a few
   10 # additions:
   11 #
   12 # - Lines that start with a '#' character like this one
   13 #   are ignored
   14 #
   15 # - Each item in the below list of exported symbols will
   16 #   be replaced by dynamically generated text, if they
   17 #   are enclosed in '@'-characters. E.g. The string @version@
   18 #   will be replaced by the version number of Privoxy.
   19 #
   20 # - One special application of this is to make whole blocks
   21 #   of the HTML template disappear if the condition <name>
   22 #   is not given. Simply enclose the block between the two
   23 #   strings @if-<name>start and if-<name>-end@. The strings
   24 #   should be placed in HTML comments (<!-- -->), so the
   25 #   html structure won't be messed when the magic happens.
   26 #
   27 # USABLE SYMBOLS IN THIS TEMPLATE:
   28 # --------------------------------
   29 #
   30 #  my-ip-addr:
   31 #    The IP-address that the client used to reach this proxy
   32 #  my-hostname:
   33 #    The hostname associated with my-ip-addr
   34 #  admin-address:
   35 #    The email address of the proxy administrator, as configured
   36 #    in the config file
   37 #  default-cgi:
   38 #    The URL for the "main menu" builtin CGI of this proxy
   39 #  menu:
   40 #    List of <li> elements linking to the other available CGIs
   41 #  version:
   42 #    The version number of the proxy software
   43 #  code-status:
   44 #    The development status of the proxy software: "alpha", "beta",
   45 #    or "stable".
   46 #  homepage:
   47 #    The URL of the Privoxy project, which maintains this software.
   48 #
   49 #  hostport:
   50 #    The host and port part of the request that lead to this problem
   51 #  path:
   52 #    The path part of the request that lead to this problem
   53 #  referrer:
   54 #    The referrer of the request that lead to this problem
   55 #  trusted-referrers:
   56 #    An HTML-formatted list of referrers that are marked as trusted in
   57 #    the trustfile
   58 #
   59 #
   60 # CONDITIONAL SYMBOLS FOR THIS TEMPLATE AND THEIR DEPANDANT SYMBOLS:
   61 # ------------------------------------------------------------------
   62 #
   63 #  unstable:
   64 #    This is an alpha or beta release of the proxy software
   65 #  have-adminaddr-info:
   66 #    An e-mail address for the local Privoxy administrator has
   67 #    been specified and is available through the "admin-address"
   68 #    symbol
   69 #  have-proxy-info:
   70 #    A URL for online documentation about this proxy has been
   71 #    specified and is available through the "proxy-info-url"
   72 #    symbol
   73 #  have-help-info:
   74 #    If either have-proxy-info is true or have-adminaddr-info is
   75 #    true, have-help-info is true.  Used to conditionally include
   76 #    a grey box for any and all help info.
   77 #  force-support:
   78 #    Privoxy has been compiled with support for forced loading
   79 #    of blocked content. In that case, the symbol "force-prefix" is
   80 #    avaiable, which translates to the FORCE_PREFIX
   81 #  have-trust-info:
   82 #    There were URLs with info on the trust policy defined in the config
   83 #    file. In this case the list of URLs is available through the
   84 #    "trust-info" symbol.
   85 #
   86 #
   87 <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"><html>
   88 
   89 <head>
   90   <title>Untrusted request (Privoxy@@my-hostname@)</title>
   91   <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css">
   92   <meta http-equiv="Content-Script-Type" content="text/javascript">
   93   <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
   94   <meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow">
   95   <link rel="shortcut icon" href="@default-cgi@error-favicon.ico">
   96   <style type="text/css">
   97 #include cgi-style.css
   98   </style>
   99 </head>
  100 
  101 <body>
  102 
  103   <table summary="" cellpadding="20" cellspacing="10" border="0" width="100%">
  104     <tr>
  105       <td class="status">
  106         UNTRUSTED
  107       </td>
  108       <td class="title" style="width: 100%">
  109 
  110 #include mod-title
  111 
  112       </td>
  113     </tr>
  114 
  115 <!-- @if-unstable-start -->
  116 # This will only appear if CODE_STATUS is "alpha" or "beta". See configure.in
  117     <tr>
  118       <td class="warning" colspan="2">
  119 
  120 #include mod-unstable-warning
  121 
  122       </td>
  123     </tr>
  124 <!-- if-unstable-end@ -->
  125 
  126     <tr>
  127       <td class="warning" colspan="2">
  128         <h2>Request for untrusted URL</h2>
  129         <p>Your request for <b>@protocol@@hostport@@path@</b> was blocked,
  130           because neither the request URL itself, nor its referrer
  131           (<b>@referrer@</b>) were trusted.
  132         </p>
  133 <!-- @if-force-support-start -->
  134         <p>(You can <a href="@protocol@@hostport@@force-prefix@@path@">go there anyway</a>.)</p>
  135 <!-- if-force-support-end@ -->
  136       </td>
  137     </tr>
  138 
  139     <tr>
  140       <td class="box" colspan="2">
  141         <h2>The following referrers are trusted:</h2>
  142         <ul>
  143           @trusted-referrers@
  144         </ul>
  145       </td>
  146     </tr>
  147 
  148 <!-- @if-have-trust-info-start -->
  149     <tr>
  150       <td class="box" colspan="2">
  151         <h2>More information on the trust policy:</h2>
  152         <p>You can learn more about what this means and what you may be able to do about it by
  153           reading the following documents:
  154         </p>
  155         <ol>
  156             @trust-info@
  157         </ol>
  158       </td>
  159     </tr>
  160 <!-- if-have-trust-info-end@ -->
  161 
  162     <tr>
  163       <td class="box" colspan="2">
  164         <h2>More Privoxy:</h2>
  165         <ul>@menu@<li><a href="@user-manual@">Documentation</a></li></ul>
  166       </td>
  167     </tr>
  168 
  169 <!-- @if-have-help-info-start -->
  170     <tr>
  171       <td class="info" colspan="2">
  172 
  173 #include mod-local-help
  174 
  175       </td>
  176     </tr>
  177 <!-- if-have-help-info-end@ -->
  178 
  179     <tr>
  180       <td class="info" colspan="2">
  181 
  182 #include mod-support-and-service
  183 
  184       </td>
  185     </tr>
  186 
  187   </table>
  188 
  189 </body>
  190 </html>