As being asked by Julián Landerreche, I’d think it’s the time writing some guidelines in using this PHP Reverse Proxy Class.
As PHP Reverse Proxy Class is quite simple, I written some steps, added with simple demonstratoin code in http://www.php-class.buss.hk/php-reverse-proxy/demonstraton-of-php-reverse-proxy to illustration how we can use this PHP Reverse Proxy Class .
In the demonstration web page, I’ve put the http://www.examplet.buss.hk as an example in which http://www.examplet.buss.hk retrieve the raw html code from http://von.ath.cx . You can view http://von.ath.cx as the backup source and http://www.examplet.buss.hk as the front-end.
However, in reality, the website of http://www.examplet.buss.hk is using modified, cached version of PHP Reverse Proxy Class (which I haven’t written the maintenance functionality of remove/update of file cache, so I am not going to publish it at this moment.) But the syntax of using this modified, cached version of PHP Reverse Proxy Class is the same as the original one.