"Tony Lewis" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > Hrvoje Niksic wrote: > >> Incidentally, Wget is not the only browser that has a problem with >> that. For me, Mozilla is simply showing the source of >> <http://www.minskshop.by/cgi-bin/shop.cgi?id=1&cookie=set>, because >> the returned content-type is text/plain. > > On the other hand, Internet Explorer will treat lots of content > types as HTML if the content starts with "<html>".
I know. But so far noone has asked for this in Wget. > Perhaps we can add an option to wget so that it will look for an > <html> tag in plain text files? If more people clamor for the option, I suppose we could overload `--force-html' to perform such detection.