James Kass wrote:
> but it may not be actually overriding the media type,
It isn't after all.
? I should've
> said "the pages load" rather than "the pages load just fine", since
> I don't know what the pages are supposed to look like. I think
> they are being displayed as HTML because there are some line breaks
> in the source but no line breaks displayed in the browser. What
> seems to be happening is that these pages load as one giant block
> of text, in other words it's HTML without the 'HML' because there
> are no tags.
We see the same symptoms, then. If you download the files and
view them in Notepad (NT or 2000) you will see the Right Thing.
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