In this tip, Elliotte Harold shows you how to configure Apache so XHTML documents display correctly in XHTML conformant as well as nonconformant browsers. After you read the tip at http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-tipapachexhtml let us know if you have any questions or comments.
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Pinned topic Your thoughts on the tip "Configure Apache to send the right MIME type for XHTML"
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Re: Your thoughts on the tip "Configure Apache to send the right MIME type2008-04-10T13:53:33Z in response to SystemAdminElliotte, since the filename is not included in the URI when a default index file is configured would it be better to use REQUEST_FILENAME rather than REQUEST_URI or is there some reason not to do this?