RE: [xsl] Mozilla 1.0 rc2 Problems

Subject: RE: [xsl] Mozilla 1.0 rc2 Problems
From: "Brinkman, Theodore" <Theodore.Brinkman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 20 May 2002 09:51:18 -0400
Technically, Moz isn't any pickier about mime-types than IE.  It simply
listens to what the server says the mime-type is (like it *should*) rather
than making an assumption based on the extension.  IE is notorious for only
listening to the mime-type the server sends when the client system doesn't
have a particular extension registered.

	- Theo

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Beddow [mailto:mbnospam@xxxxxxxxxxx]


Moz is much pickier than IE about mime-types (which the server has to get
exactly right, for the xml page and the xslt sheet) and about the HTML DTD

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