The uploaded mime type is set by the browser, not by PHP. So I guess in
your Netscape case it isn't sending the right type.
Perhaps have a look at the 'file' UNIX-level command and use that.
On Thu, 16 May 2002, Lee P Reilly wrote:
> I am doing some validation on files that are being upload. I only wish
> to allow users to upload files that are in *plain text* format (not
> neccessarily with a .txt extension). I have the following piece of code,
> which works fine in IE, but in Netscape Navigator:
> if ($file_type != "text/plain")
> ... error handling...
> Can anyone explain the reason for this, or offer a better solution?
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