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Thread: IE - www.w3.org

  1. #1
    agent
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    Default IE - [url]www.w3.org[/url]

    I'm using IE6 SP1 in XP Pro, and upon going to http://www.w3.org, instead of loading the page, it tries to download a file called "w3".

    The problem is listed in the W3 FAQ (#13 at http://www.w3.org/Help/Webmaster), and it says to search your registry for 'application/xhtml+xml'... problem is, the closest match to that is 'application/xml'.

    As far as I know, I also don't have any XML editors installed.

    So does anyone know how to fix this?

  2. #2
    ilikelinux
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    Default Re: IE - [url]www.w3.org[/url]

    have you tried using mozilla?

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    -=JM=-
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    Default Re: IE - [url]www.w3.org[/url]

    I'd try changing that entry for XML that you saw. Though Mozilla is what I'd use in the first place.

  4. #4
    agent
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    Default Re: IE - [url]www.w3.org[/url]

    I'm investigating installing another browser, but if there's a temporary solution I'd go for it.

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