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From: Martin Sandin <om_sandin@y...>
Subject: Re: Still problems with the main ocaml web page
Hmmm, it's good to know that not every version of IE
is affected. I don't know the exact version of IE on
each machine I've tried, but something like:

* IE on English Win2k pro, recently installed and
updated.
* IE on Swedish WinXP home, couple of weeks old Dell.
* IE 6.0.2900.2180 on Swedish WinXP home, recently
updated. Tried changing the web language preferences
on this machine to no avail.

On all these machines I got the "unknown file
type/save/abort" dialog. On the last machine, if I
save the file as a .html file and view it I can see
the text unformatted (I guess the CSS document isn't
loaded).


Martin


--- Christopher Campbell <chris.danx@ntlworld.com>
wrote:
> Martin Sandin wrote:
> > Erik de Castro Lopo skrev:
> > 
> >>On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 22:43:17 +1000
> >>Erik de Castro Lopo <ocaml-erikd@mega-nerd.com> 
> > 
> > 
> > <snip>
> > 
> >>which means that the server is OK and that the
> > 
> > problem must be in my
> > 
> >>browser.
> > 
> > 
> > Might be, might be. But it's a problem you share
> with
> > each of the 3 Internet Explorer copies (ie 3
> windows
> > machines) I've tried to use to access the site. If
> the
> > problem is specific to me, please tell me and
> ignore
> > what I've written below.
> > 
> > The site works fine in Opera and Mozilla, and is a
> lot
> > nicer than the old, but it doesn't work in IE. The
> > fact that Windows isn't the no 1 priority of the
> OCaml
> > team, or the community, is both obvious (witness
> the
> > lack of 3.08.3 binaries for Windows) and
> > understandable. 
> 
> I found this...
> 
>
http://ppewww.ph.gla.ac.uk/~flavell/www/content-type.html
> 
> It suggests IE may interpret the xhtml document sent
> as "text/html" as 
> XML not HTML if it doesn't encounter <html> close to
> the top of the 
> page.  It ignores the mime type. :(
> 
> What versions of IE are you running?
> 
> 
> Regards,
> Chris
> 

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