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Old 10-03-2007, 03:36 AM   #9
Barrie Greed
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Actually, it's reassuring They simply behave according to standard, while IE does not. The standard says that the Mime Type is what it says in the Content-Type HTTP header - extensions don't come into it.
I'm sure I should be disappointed at something!

Should I be disappointed that Steve's server seems to rely on file extensions and doesn't sniff out the mime types of the extensionless pngs and jpegs?

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