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Thread: XHTML Mime-type

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    Senior Member tonyf12's Avatar
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    I am working on a project and I have configured my PHP to send xhtml documents with the application/xhtml+xml mime type to browsers that claim to support it.

    I have also made sure the documents all validate and put all my scripts/stylesheets into external files. Is there anything else I should know about using the application/xhtml+xml mime type?


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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    IE will claim to support it because it has */* in its request headers. Make sure you explicitly look for application/xhtml+xml, not anything that matches a pattern.

    Also, while it is the right MIME type to use, remember that even a single error that results in making the page non-well-formed XML will make it fail to render at all. If your documents validate like you said, it's not an issue.
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