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- Feb 2021
Iframes can have similar issues as frames and inconsiderate use of XMLHttpRequest: They break the one-document-per-URL paradigm, which is essential for the proper functioning of the web (think bookmarks, deep-links, search engines, ...).
- web: iframes
- fundamental principles/paradigm of the Web
- fundamental principles/paradigm of the Web: one document per URL (ability to deep link/bookmark)
- Sep 2020
When you visit location /one and the server redirects you to location /two, you expect the browser’s address bar to display the redirected URL. However, Turbolinks makes requests using XMLHttpRequest, which transparently follows redirects. There’s no way for Turbolinks to tell whether a request resulted in a redirect without additional cooperation from the server. To work around this problem, send the Turbolinks-Location header in the final response to a visit that was redirected, and Turbolinks will replace the browser’s topmost history entry with the value you provide.