Sorry, forget to add... I do serve these files via Apache and it does
map XHTML into application/xhtml+xml MIME.
On Oct 4, 2006, at 2:58 PM, Dean Matsueda wrote:
Below is the sample of HTML code which produce different
rendering depending on extension of the file it contained in.
If file has extension "HTML", then it gets rendered properly
( 2 lines of text.
"Hello world" and "some more text" ). However, if file has
extension "XHTML", then it gets rendered as single line.
Looking at your code, it doesn't look like you're specifying the MIME
type for XHTML documents, for one thing.
Great article, by the way, on the trouble with serving up XHTML
documents from the WebKit team:
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