Are you using gzip compression? Maybe the browser you are using doesn't
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From: "Kelvin Lawson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, August 12, 2002 4:55 PM
Subject: [PHP] Garbage .html via HTTP/1.0 or Proxy
When connecting to my site from certain clients, the .html returned contains
a large block of non-standard characters.
Running it locally and from various other places, the site looks normal. But
when I connect from work, the .html file returned is corrupted. At work we
have a web proxy, and I also noticed from my Apache logs that HTTP/1.0 is
used for the request. Has anyone experienced problems due to those two
This seems weird to me because PHP is generated on my server, so I assumed
all clients would see exactly the same. But this isn't the case here. Either
the html generated is different for these clients, or the returned page is
getting corrupted somewhere along the way.
Does anyone know why this might happen ?
I'm using WinXP Apache 2.0.39 with PHP 4.2.1. There are no errors in the
Apache logs. Also the corruption doesn't happen on all pages.
Thanks for any tips,
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