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From "R.J. Kraaij" <>
Subject Re: IE5 errordocument handling
Date Wed, 08 Sep 1999 08:45:28 GMT
> > Puffing up a response by as much as half a K because a
> > client is lame rather strikes me as, well, lame.  But
> > we've done it before.  We could do it again, but only
> > for the default messages.  ErrorDocument responses would
> > be on their own to do their own puffing.
> actually i'd think that's backwards -- the default messages should be left
> alone (let ie5 override them, they're defaults/less interesting)... and
> anything user-supplied should be padded to 513 bytes. 
> (but yeah, it hasn't been done, it's just a Good Idea waiting for someone
> to write a patch ;)
may i volunteer for it ? I know you dude's can do it within 5 seconds, but
i want to be helpfull to a little bit to , even it it might end up with 
people explaining me more things then if they had written it themself :-)


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