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From Tom Evans <tevans...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Resource interpreted as .... but transferred with MIME type text/html
Date Thu, 14 Jul 2011 10:31:13 GMT
On Thu, Jul 14, 2011 at 10:45 AM, Dirk Verleysen <dirk@verleysen.net> wrote:
> I'm new to Apache and I'm having a problem deploying on a Windows Server.
>
> I'm getting the above error message (in Chrome) but the look of the site is
> without images or stylesheet. Also the Javascripts aren't working.
>
> The Apache server redirects port 80 to my application at port 7777 and adds
> an extension to the URL with rewrite engine.
>
> Going directly to port 7777 displays me the correct webpage.
>
> Any idea what is wrong ?
>
> Dirk
>
>

Some sort of misconfiguration? Sounds like the resources you think are
being loaded are not.

Right click on the page in Chrome, click 'Inspect element' (it doesn't
matter where in the page you click).
In the tabbed developer tools that opened at the bottom of the page,
click into the 'Network' tab.
It should say something like 'No requests captured. Reload the page...'. Do so.

You should now have a long list of the resources chrome tried to load.
Find the ones in the list that chrome complained about. Are their mime
types correct? Is their content correct?

Your apache config may be a start as well...

Cheers

Tom

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