Re[2]: Tables and non-table-able browsers

Murray Bent (murrayb@icis.qut.edu.au)
Fri, 11 Aug 1995 12:07:02 +1000


Date: Fri, 11 Aug 1995 12:07:02 +1000
From: Murray Bent <murrayb@icis.qut.edu.au>
Message-Id: <199508110207.MAA01399@wittgenstein.icis.qut.edu.au>
To: www-html@w3.org
Subject: Re[2]: Tables and non-table-able browsers


> Apache and CERN can do content negotiation on Accept: headers as per the
> HTTP specifications, but they don't use the User-Agent field to make
> content decisions.  However, it would probably not be hard to modify
> Apache's mod_negotiation.c module (in 0.8.x and beyond) to look at that
> and compare it to some matrix of heuristics (i.e. invent a new server
> configuration directive like
> 
> AddUserAgentAccept /*Mozilla*/ text/x-netscape-html
WHY??