Re: HTTP headers

From: Ernst Heiri <>
Date: Mon, 04 May 1998 12:32:20 +0200

On Mon, 4 May 1998 12:16:03 +0300 (EET DST) Vladimir Litovka wrote:

> > META tags in the HTML part of a HTTP object are not setting any
> > HTTP-Headers - they are interpreted by browsers (netscape at least) only.
> You are partially true. <META name=...> interpreted by client, but
> <META http-equiv=...> must be interpreted by server. There are http headers
> in http-equiv directive, which server will send with this document.

You are right - thanks.
But if you are using several *.gif with different Expires (e.g. for MRTG)
you need to set individual values for each.

Received on Mon May 04 1998 - 03:43:16 MDT

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