[Web-SIG] http content-location header, and different browsers
Irmen de Jong
irmen at xs4all.nl
Sat Oct 16 01:59:04 CEST 2004
Carlos Ribeiro wrote:
[....about Content-Location header...]
> I have limited experience with this. But if Firefox guys decided it
> wasnt worth fixing, they're probably correct. God knows how much email
> (and bug tickets) they get when something they do works differently
> from IE or other 'mainstream' browsers.
It was news for me too. I always thought that Mozilla(/firefox)
followed the RFCs to the letter. But this was the first one that
I encountered that they deliberatly chose *not* to implement.
Because if they did, it would break a lot of sites (apparently)
and people start to blame Mozilla.
I wonder what Opera users do with this. Because Opera
will break those sites...
> BTW... did you try it in Opera using their IE-emulation mode?
Ehm, isn't it just a change in the User-Agent string?
That wouldn't make any difference...
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