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From: dk <dk@psydk.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 00:58:31 +0100
Message-ID: <4064C3A7.4070200@psydk.org>
To: www-validator@w3.org


Some XHTML 1.0 web sites send different mime types to user agents, 
depending of their HTTP Accept values :

- Web sites send application/xhtml+xml to user agents which are able to 
manage this mime type.

- They send text/html to other user agents.

Unfortunately, the W3C html validator does not inform the web site of 
its ability to deal with application/xhtml+xml.

It would be nice if the validator could accept application/xhtml+xml in 
its HTTP GET requests.

Just add the word  application/xhtml+xml  in the Accept string of the 
W3C Validator. Here is an example of Mozilla Firefox Accept string, 
which contains the  application/xhtml+xml  word :


Received on Friday, 26 March 2004 20:31:10 UTC

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