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    Hello guys!
    I want to set up a web server in my home and for that I made in my router a port forwarding on port 8080.
    But the client, can’t send request parameters back to my server, as the client’s browser automatically adds port 80 before reloading the page.
    So please, I need your help, with some js sript or other way to force client’s browser to reload just on port
    8080.(or other, diffferent than 80)
    Thank you very much, have a great day!


    The :8080 specifies the port number.

    There is more information about http-alt ports at


    Thank you AllanTaylor314, I know that!
    I just want to use an unallocated port, and to force browser to send request parameters on that port, not on default :80.
    For example:” , I want all of
    these to be sent automatically, as is supposed to be.
    I guess this could be done with a js or jquery script but if there is other way to solve this, I will gladly accept any help I can get.
    Thaks a lot, have a great day!

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