Re: 3.1 b-h: BEHAVIOR
Tim Bray wrote:
> Sorry, I don't really buy that. If we document carefully what it means,
> I don't see how they can really complain about being surprised. Anyhow,
> a standard built-in way to do a redirect seems to me like a useful thing;
> Lord knows it's a common enough need out on the Web... question: is there
> a standard way to do this now in HTML (I used to know) or do you have to
> do it at the HTTP level via your server?
Standard in what sense? Netscape has an HTML hack that Internet Explorer
copies. Is that standard?