Re: Versioning HTML at the server and Accept-inline

Terry Allen (
Fri, 28 Oct 1994 07:29:32 +0100

An obvious way of distinguishing among the DTDs to which particlar
documents conform is to use the FPI (Formal Public Identifier) of
the DTD in question in the document type declaration of the document
served, and also somewhere in the MIME info. The question is where?
If the MIME type is SGML, how should the FPI be specified? If
the MIME type is HTML, how should it be specified via an FPI that
the HTML 2.0 spec is intended?

Terry Allen  (   O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
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