HTTP for HTML Authors, Part II - HTML with Style | 8
In this tutorial you learned of how Web browsers and Web servers can use some HTTP headers to supply meta-information about themselves and the documents they exchange, and how some of these headers can be used to selectively send different versions of a document. You read of headers that can be used to specify the language, encoding, and media type of a document, the software type and version of a server or user agent, and the referring page that led to an HTTP request.
Produced by Stephanos Piperoglou
Created: January 24, 2001
Revised: February 27, 2001