[xmonad] Home page redesign
i92guboj at terra.es
Tue Jul 8 08:22:59 EDT 2008
On Mon, 07 Jul 2008 22:30:44 -0700
Calvin Smith <cs-haskell at protempore.net> wrote:
> On 07/07/2008 07:23 PM, Jesús Guerrero wrote:
> >> If you were to configure your server to properly serve as
> >> application/xhtml+xml, then IE users would not be able to view the
> >> page.
> > I am not particularly inclined to migrate to html to fix something that I
> > did not break (it's IE's fault). But I suppose I will have to consider the pros
> > and cons.
> On some of my sites I serve XHTML as application/xhtml+xml to all
> browsers except IE (and browsers that say they can't handle it, like IE
> *should* say) and as text/html to IE. This is with XHTML 1.0 however.
> You're not supposed to do that with XHTML 1.1, but it is permitted with
> XHTML 1.0.
> I wrote up a howto last year explaining how to configure Apache to do
> this. It's pretty simple. Maybe it'll be of use to you if you decide to
> stick with XHTML: <http://protempore.net/~calvins/howto/xhtml-apache/>
Thanks, lots of good info on this thread.
Jesús Guerrero <i92guboj at terra.es>
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