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- META NAME and META HTTP-EQUIV
- Nym Pseudo
September 26, 2003, 9:00 am
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Re: META NAME and META HTTP-EQUIV
The META element
but avoid http-equiv. use the server to send HTTP headers.
they are used by anything that supports them. how they are used
depends on what the recipient wants to do with them.
26/September/2003 07:07:20 pm
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