Hi Jake !

Jake LeBeau wrote:
> I'm attempting to mirror our Zope site to IIS 5.0 on a W2K Server, 
>and am having problems with Netscape Navigator. Because the files have
> no file extension, Netscape keeps trying to download and save the 
>files to disk, rather than displaying the content as HTML. I've tried 
>several ways of specifying that the MIME content type header coming 
>from the server is "text/html", but nothing alters the behavior of
> Netscape. Is there anyone else out there who may have had experience
> with this and would be willing to help? Any advice would be appreciated.

Try using a mirror tool like w3mir. Folders like http://localhost/w3mir/ will be 
to a folder:


and an index.html file inside:


Hope this helps.


Maik Röder

"The computing future is based  on "cyberbodies" - self-contained, 
neatly-ordered,  beautifully-laid-out  collections of information, 
like immaculate giant gardens." The second coming - A manifesto. David
Gelernter http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/gelernter/gelernter_p1.html

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