Daniel Kolbo wrote:
> Hello,
> I realize this is more of an html question than a php, but I was hoping
> someone here would know what's going on.
> I am linking to a stylesheet and it is requiring me to use *.css
> extension. I want to use a .php extension (and have the php engine
> generate css). However, whenever i use a .php extension the link tag
> does not seem to work.
> This works!
> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"
> href="http://localhost:8080/some.css"; />
> This doesn't work but I don't understand why not???
> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"
> href="http://localhost:8080/some.php"; />
> The page http://localhost:8080/some.php displays the css exactly the
> same as http://localhost:8080/some.css
> Why can't I link to a css file by using a different extension?
> Thanks in advance,
> dK
> `
Sorry, I am pretty sure i figured out why.  I think it has to do with
Content-Type header.

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