How silly of me not to think of this problem in the first place. It is not
an error in the server, but in the browser. I didn't bother testing it in
any other browser initially. So this problem only occurs in MSIE 5.1.4 under
Ugh, thank you for showing I am somewhat silly in this one (but not fully
crazy). Now I have to try to convince Microsoft that they have a bug... ooh
Thanks for the reply here, it seems my mail from the apache list is not
coming through, so I hadn't seen the response there.
> Weston Houghton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Apache will actually return the directory listing of the assets/
>> directory (assuming you have directory listing enabled, otherwise it
>> returns the standard forbidden error). It does not seem to matter
>> what the actual variable name following the "?" is. However,
> Both URLs display the images as expected from here.
>> shouldn't apache ignore anything following the "?" as it should
>> really just be a part of the query string variables?
> If you are requesting a static resource (e.g. an image file) Apache will
> ignore the query string.
>> This really seems to be buggering my attempt at passing directories in
>> variables, but it seems that a lot of scripts must do this, am I just
>> doing something stupid?
> I gave the same answer when you asked on the httpd mailing list. Have I
> misunderstood your problem?
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