Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-17 Thread Tom Ditmars
On 16-Jun-10 12:34, Kevin Erickson wrote:
 Arrrgh! Thanks for the attempt but it still warns on the MIME type
 after the change suggested. I guess I can move on but can anyone tell
 me what the issue is???

Right here:
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /

Also, as other have mentioned, you should check with your host to make
sure that the file is served how you want it (most likely
application/xhtml+xml). Once you have that set up, you should remove
that meta element.
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Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-17 Thread Frances de Waal

Hi Kevin,

The MIME type application/xhtml+xml may be the right choise in theorie  
but causes some problems in practice. We have finally decided to stop  
using it for mobile devices. Besides of that if your site will be  
maintained with a CMS you can't control the content and a page might  
go blank cause of one little mistake in the code. Removing the content- 
type meta-tag makes Dreamweaver to convert the page to ISO instead of  
UTF, maybe other editors do so as well. Our experience with  
application/xhtml+xml in a nutshell is that the web is not set for it.


Cheers,
Frances de Waal
www.waalweb.nl

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On 16-Jun-10 12:34, Kevin Erickson wrote:

Arrrgh! Thanks for the attempt but it still warns on the MIME type
after the change suggested. I guess I can move on but can anyone tell
me what the issue is???


Right here:

meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /


Also, as other have mentioned, you should check with your host to make
sure that the file is served how you want it (most likely
application/xhtml+xml). Once you have that set up, you should remove
that meta element.
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[WSG] Out of Office AutoReply: WSG Digest

2010-06-17 Thread Carbis, Che
Thanks for your email

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on the 18th June.

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