Re: Two suggestions

Klaus Johannes Rusch <> wrote:

>Craig Macbride wrote:
>>The fact that some people are used to the misspelling is irrelevant.
>>Most people who use your web site don't need to use HTTP specs directly
>>and may never even know about the misspelling. Someone unaware of the
>>HTTP mistake and just seeing your URL on links would think you're

I suspect that attitude is allready well established. :-)

>>How hard would it be to have a URL to the correct spelling as well as
>>the incorrect one?
>Allowing both spellings IMHO would make sense, only using /referrer
>would not.

Ok, the alternate spelling is now also recognized (changed in will be in
the next version), but we still use /referer in the text.

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Received on Saturday, 2 November 2002 12:26:59 UTC