In message <cb33cd774f.ricp(a)user.minijem.plus.com>
Richard Porter <ricp(a)minijem.plus.com> wrote:
On 27 Feb 2008 David Pitt wrote:
> Would somebody please be so kind as to check this out for me with
> I have tried it both on the Iyonix with NS 2.0 (Dev) (26 Feb 2008 22:45)
> r3869 and RiscPC with NS 1.1.
This is the W3C report:
Sorry, I am unable to validate this document because its
content type is <code>http://www.audio-t.co.uk/</code>, which
is not currently supported by this service.
The Content-Type field is sent by your web server (or web
browser if you use the file upload interface) and depends on
its configuration. Commonly, web servers will have a mapping
of filename extensions (such as ".html") to
<abbr title="Multipurpose Internet Mail
Extensions">MIME</abbr> <code>Content-Type</code> values
Good thinking. I have a feeling it is possible to see further
information with *wget, or perhaps it was something else.
Anyway NetSurf displays the HTML as text.
Computing with RISC OS.