Message-Id: <199704111513.LAA05465@unix.asb.com> From: "Robert Rothenburg 'Walking-Owl'" <WlkngOwl@unix.asb.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 11:13:18 +0000 Subject: Re: WHICH HTML-CODE is better to use? CC: email@example.com On 11 Apr 97 at 10:50, Markku Savela wrote: > >I think NCSA will not bother with the 302 and just automatically > >return the default when given a URL like http://www.site/directory > > That would break all relative references in the returned page. Say, > in [..] You're right. But it's done tests using a Perl script to fetch a page and noticed some servers return the page properly (possibly just when http://www.site.whatever without the final '/') while others return a 'page moved' error. (The Perl script in question is htget BTW, quite useful for hacking w/HTTPD) Rob ----- "The word to kill ain't dirty | Robert Rothenburg (WlkngOwl@unix.asb.com) I used it in the last line | http://www.asb.com/usr/wlkngowl/ but use a short word for lovin' | Se habla PGP: Reply with the subject and dad you wind up doin' time." | 'send pgp-key' for my public key.