On Mon, Aug 20, 2001 at 04:01:39AM +0300, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> well, but if I send foo.gif and it starts with some "friendly"
> VBScript I won't bet you'll think the same.

Yes I would ... I'm referring to content->MIME mapping, and it
doesnt matter if this happens on the client or server, as long as
there's a sensible precedence order (which is the source of this
IE/Chora problem - it's not obeying the server response headers).

VBScript is irrelevant unless IE does something monumentally
stupid like execute scripts while trying to sniff the MIME type.

Anyway, this is rapidly getting OT (even by php-dev's lax
standards :)


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