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  1. (download) Activity rates by sex, age groupd and highest level of educaiton, 2012Fig1 12.png . . 1,707 × 670 . . 63 KB . . WikiSysop . . 11:02, 21 October 2013
  2. (download) Anim.gif . . 2,017 × 2,018 . . 13.69 MB . . Kleingyext . . 12:26, 20 January 2021
  3. (download) Austria-radar-chart.png . . 1,361 × 683 . . 43 KB . . WikiSysop . . 17:20, 18 October 2013
  4. (download) Computer.gif . . 2,048 × 1,624 . . 41 KB . . WikiSysop . . 01:45, 24 March 2014
  5. (download) Cooling degree days.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 682 KB . . Corselo . . 17:33, 2 March 2021
  6. (download) Cooling degree days 400.gif . . 400 × 400 . . 954 KB . . Kleingyext . . 11:23, 8 March 2021
  7. (download) Demographic profile of EU-27, 1990, 2000, 2012, 2020Fig1 6-KEV.png . . 1,665 × 741 . . 43 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:58, 21 October 2013
  8. (download) Distance to EU2020 national target, 2012Map1.2.png . . 2,055 × 2,275 . . 310 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:57, 21 October 2013
  9. (download) EM October update DEF.gif . . 2,501 × 2,521 . . 9.48 MB . . Verdodo . . 12:32, 15 October 2021
  10. (download) EM October update DEF small.gif . . 500 × 504 . . 610 KB . . Verdodo . . 14:41, 15 October 2021
  11. (download) EM October update DEF update.gif . . 1,500 × 1,511 . . 339 KB . . Verdodo . . 12:41, 15 October 2021
  12. (download) EU progress towards the 17 SDGs 2019.gif . . 1,678 × 2,127 . . 196 KB . . Nhametma . . 15:17, 12 June 2019
  13. (download) Empl rate 2015 2.gif . . 700 × 457 . . 377 KB . . Peterle . . 11:13, 26 April 2016
  14. (download) Employment age group 20 to 64, 2005-2012Fig1 11-KEV.png . . 1,692 × 870 . . 34 KB . . WikiSysop . . 11:01, 21 October 2013
  15. (download) Employment rate, by age group EU-27, 2000-2012Fig1 8.png . . 1,664 × 699 . . 42 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:59, 21 October 2013
  16. (download) Employment rate age group 20 to 64, EU-27, 2000-2012 Fig1 3 HL.png . . 1,350 × 760 . . 24 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:32, 21 October 2013
  17. (download) Employment rate age group 20 to 64 by country 2005-2012Fig1 4.png . . 803 × 1,831 . . 76 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:54, 21 October 2013
  18. (download) Employment rate by Nuts II , 2012Map1.1.png . . 2,050 × 2,292 . . 318 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:56, 21 October 2013
  19. (download) Excess mortality Jan 2021 data .gif . . 700 × 700 . . 1.79 MB . . Rosswen . . 12:13, 12 March 2021
  20. (download) Excessive deaths 2020-21 16-06-2021.gif . . 800 × 800 . . 2.63 MB . . Rosswen . . 08:46, 16 June 2021
  21. (download) Excessive deaths Jan20 Feb21.gif . . 800 × 800 . . 2.26 MB . . Rosswen . . 10:09, 16 April 2021
  22. (download) Excessive deaths March2021.gif . . 800 × 800 . . 3.7 MB . . Corselo . . 14:19, 11 May 2021
  23. (download) Excessive deaths in 2020 December data .gif . . 700 × 700 . . 1.19 MB . . Rosswen . . 10:12, 15 February 2021
  24. (download) Excessive deaths in 2020 November data.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 471 KB . . Kleingyext . . 15:30, 5 February 2021
  25. (download) Excessive deaths in 2020 November data V2.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 457 KB . . Kleingyext . . 11:10, 20 January 2021
  26. (download) Excessive mortality 12-08-2021.gif . . 700 × 700 . . 1.9 MB . . Verdodo . . 14:17, 12 August 2021
  27. (download) Excessive mortality July 14-09-2021.gif . . 700 × 700 . . 2.35 MB . . Rosswen . . 12:16, 14 September 2021
  28. (download) Excessive mortality July 2021.gif . . 700 × 700 . . 2.17 MB . . Rosswen . . 08:31, 16 July 2021
  29. (download) Fig0 4.png . . 1,653 × 862 . . 35 KB . . WikiSysop . . 09:53, 21 October 2013
  30. (download) GDP growth, unemployment growth and newly employed persons 2000-2012Fig1 13.png . . 1,665 × 729 . . 49 KB . . WikiSysop . . 11:02, 21 October 2013
  31. (download) Gender employment gap by age group, 2000 and 2012Fig1 9.png . . 1,665 × 723 . . 37 KB . . WikiSysop . . 11:00, 21 October 2013
  32. (download) Heating degree days.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 613 KB . . Corselo . . 17:36, 2 March 2021
  33. (download) Heating degree days 400.gif . . 400 × 400 . . 422 KB . . Kleingyext . . 11:26, 8 March 2021
  34. (download) Lorenz curves UK ES FR.gif . . 1,319 × 433 . . 21 KB . . Brandth . . 18:14, 16 December 2013
  35. (download) Monthly excess mortality.gif . . 550 × 550 . . 656 KB . . Kleingyext . . 10:58, 14 December 2020
  36. (download) Multi-purpose indicators within the EU SDG indicator set.gif . . 1,500 × 1,492 . . 141 KB . . Nhametma . . 12:02, 21 June 2019
  37. (download) Population-pyramid.gif . . 742 × 506 . . 245 KB . . Peterle . . 17:18, 14 November 2016
  38. (download) Population age structure, 1990, 2000, 2012, 2020Fig1 5.png . . 803 × 548 . . 20 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:58, 21 October 2013
  39. (download) Population and activity rates by 5year age group, 2012Fig1 7-KEV.png . . 1,665 × 728 . . 53 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:59, 21 October 2013
  40. (download) Population by age and labour status, 2012 (%)Fig1 2.png . . 1,476 × 517 . . 23 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:18, 21 October 2013
  41. (download) Rain cloud.gif . . 179 × 149 . . 7 KB . . WikiSysop . . 16:53, 24 January 2014
  42. (download) Rain cloud interrupted.gif . . 179 × 149 . . 7 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:53, 24 January 2014
  43. (download) SDG 10 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 82 KB . . Nhametma . . 17:16, 11 June 2019
  44. (download) SDG 11 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 83 KB . . Nhametma . . 17:16, 11 June 2019
  45. (download) SDG 12 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 83 KB . . Nhametma . . 17:17, 11 June 2019
  46. (download) SDG 13 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 81 KB . . Nhametma . . 14:29, 12 June 2019
  47. (download) SDG 14 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 79 KB . . Nhametma . . 10:14, 12 June 2019
  48. (download) SDG 15 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 81 KB . . Nhametma . . 10:11, 12 June 2019
  49. (download) SDG 16 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 81 KB . . Nhametma . . 10:10, 12 June 2019
  50. (download) SDG 17 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 82 KB . . Nhametma . . 10:03, 12 June 2019
  51. (download) SDG 1 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 80 KB . . Nhametma . . 18:19, 11 June 2019
  52. (download) SDG 2 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 80 KB . . Nhametma . . 12:05, 21 June 2019
  53. (download) SDG 3 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 82 KB . . Nhametma . . 12:05, 21 June 2019
  54. (download) SDG 4 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 81 KB . . Nhametma . . 12:05, 21 June 2019
  55. (download) SDG 5 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 81 KB . . Nhametma . . 12:05, 21 June 2019
  56. (download) SDG 6 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 79 KB . . Nhametma . . 17:15, 11 June 2019
  57. (download) SDG 7 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 82 KB . . Nhametma . . 17:16, 11 June 2019
  58. (download) SDG 8 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 82 KB . . Nhametma . . 17:16, 11 June 2019
  59. (download) SDG 9 tachometer 2019.gif . . 1,000 × 1,000 . . 83 KB . . Nhametma . . 12:04, 21 June 2019
  60. (download) Share of unemployed and lont-term unemployed, 2012Fig1 10.png . . 1,719 × 507 . . 30 KB . . WikiSysop . . 11:01, 21 October 2013
  61. (download) Statlogo2.gif . . 1,874 × 1,350 . . 146 KB . . Corselo . . 19:31, 3 December 2015
  62. (download) Storm cloud.gif . . 167 × 159 . . 7 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:42, 24 January 2014
  63. (download) Storm cloud interrupted.gif . . 167 × 159 . . 8 KB . . WikiSysop . . 17:07, 24 January 2014
  64. (download) Sun.gif . . 128 × 133 . . 4 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:59, 24 January 2014
  65. (download) Sun cloud.gif . . 167 × 129 . . 5 KB . . WikiSysop . . 10:13, 24 January 2014
  66. (download) Sun interrupted.gif . . 128 × 133 . . 5 KB . . WikiSysop . . 16:57, 24 January 2014
  67. (download) Test animated image.gif . . 689 × 441 . . 118 KB . . Kleingyext . . 14:57, 7 December 2020
  68. (download) The European Semester 2013 Fig0 3-KEV.png . . 1,653 × 862 . . 21 KB . . WikiSysop . . 09:58, 21 October 2013
  69. (download) The UN Sustainable Development Goals.gif . . 2,000 × 993 . . 144 KB . . Nhametma . . 14:49, 12 June 2019
  70. (download) The road to Agenda 2030 2019.gif . . 2,000 × 771 . . 71 KB . . Nhametma . . 11:44, 24 June 2019
  71. (download) The three dimensions of poverty — an analysis of those at risk of poverty or social exclusion, EU-28, 2013.gif . . 930 × 410 . . 31 KB . . EXT-G-Albertone . . 10:22, 1 April 2015
  72. (download) Thresholds for assessing indicators against a quantitative target.gif . . 1,500 × 707 . . 36 KB . . Nhametma . . 12:02, 21 June 2019
  73. (download) Thresholds for assessing indicators without quantitative targets .gif . . 1,500 × 699 . . 18 KB . . Nhametma . . 12:03, 21 June 2019
  74. (download) Total fertility rate 2001 2019.gif . . 700 × 700 . . 3.1 MB . . Rosswen . . 15:18, 19 March 2021
  75. (download) Untitled1.gif . . 1,220 × 797 . . 558 KB . . Lienhav . . 17:56, 8 March 2016
  76. (download) V2-20-per-cent.gif . . 610 × 399 . . 244 KB . . Lienhav . . 16:22, 9 March 2016
  77. (download) Weekly Deaths August.gif . . 700 × 700 . . 3.42 MB . . Verdodo . . 15:02, 10 August 2021
  78. (download) Weekly deaths 2020 11-06-2021.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 1.8 MB . . Rosswen . . 15:59, 11 June 2021
  79. (download) Weekly deaths 2021 11-06-2021.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 1.17 MB . . Rosswen . . 15:58, 11 June 2021
  80. (download) Weekly deaths Jan2021update w49 11 February 2021.gif . . 480 × 520 . . 3.53 MB . . Rosswen . . 18:29, 12 February 2021
  81. (download) Weekly deaths July.gif . . 700 × 700 . . 2.99 MB . . Verdodo . . 14:52, 12 July 2021
  82. (download) Weekly deaths May update 07-05-2021.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 3.46 MB . . Rosswen . . 09:48, 7 May 2021
  83. (download) Weekly deaths animGIF Dec2020.gif . . 480 × 520 . . 5.1 MB . . Stoklir . . 09:58, 14 December 2020
  84. (download) Weekly deaths w10 w48.gif . . 480 × 520 . . 3.97 MB . . Rosswen . . 12:10, 22 January 2021
  85. (download) Weekly deaths w10 w52.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 3.72 MB . . Rosswen . . 12:05, 10 March 2021
  86. (download) Weekly deaths w30.gif . . 700 × 700 . . 4.74 MB . . Rosswen . . 13:48, 10 September 2021
  87. (download) Weekly deaths w30 w8.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 2.77 MB . . Rosswen . . 15:50, 13 April 2021
  88. (download) Weekly deaths w3 2021.gif . . 500 × 500 . . 4.01 MB . . Rosswen . . 10:09, 30 March 2021
  89. (download) Weekly deaths w9-w17 2020.gif . . 2,002 × 1,906 . . 5.24 MB . . Corselo . . 17:17, 22 June 2020
  90. (download) Weekly deaths w9-w17 2020 update.gif . . 2,002 × 1,906 . . 5.27 MB . . Corselo . . 22:10, 22 June 2020
  91. (download) Weekly deaths w9-w17 2020 update2.gif . . 2,002 × 1,906 . . 5.21 MB . . Corselo . . 10:06, 24 June 2020
  92. (download) Weekly deaths w9-w22 2020.gif . . 2,002 × 1,906 . . 8.21 MB . . Verdodo . . 16:10, 22 July 2020
  93. (download) Weekly deaths w9-w26 2020 19-10-2020.gif . . 2,002 × 1,906 . . 11.16 MB . . Rosswen . . 09:50, 19 October 2020
  94. (download) Weekly deaths w9-w26 2020 19-10-2020 500px.gif . . 500 × 476 . . 1 MB . . Kleingyext . . 15:22, 7 December 2020

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    MIME types (IANA media types)

    A media type (also known as a Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions or MIME type) is a standard that indicates the nature and format of a document, file, or assortment of bytes. It is defined and standardized in IETF's RFC 6838.

    The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is responsible for all official MIME types, and you can find the most up-to-date and complete list at their Media Types page.

    Warning: Browsers use the MIME type, not the file extension, to determine how to process a URL, so it's important that web servers send the correct MIME type in the response's header. If this is not correctly configured, browsers are likely to misinterpret the contents of files, sites will not work correctly, and downloaded files may be mishandled.

    Structure of a MIME type

    The simplest MIME type consists of a type and a subtype; these are each strings which, when concatenated with a slash () between them, comprise a MIME type. No whitespace is allowed in a MIME type:

    type/subtype

    The type represents the general category into which the data type falls, such as or . The subtype identifies the exact kind of data of the specified type the MIME type represents. For example, for the MIME type , the subtype might be (plain text), (HTML source code), or (for iCalendar/) files.

    Each type has its own set of possible subtypes, and a MIME type always has both a type and a subtype, never just one or the other.

    An optional parameter can be added to provide additional details:

    type/subtype;parameter=value

    For example, for any MIME type whose main type is , the optional parameter can be used to specify the character set used for the characters in the data. If no is specified, the default is ASCII () unless overridden by the user agent's settings. To specify a UTF-8 text file, the MIME type is used.

    MIME types are case-insensitive but are traditionally written in lowercase, with the exception of parameter values, whose case may or may not have specific meaning.

    Types

    There are two classes of type: discrete and multipart. Discrete types are types which represent a single file or medium, such as a single text or music file, or a single video. A multipart type is one which represents a document that's comprised of multiple component parts, each of which may have its own individual MIME type; or, a multipart type may encapsulate multiple files being sent together in one transaction. For example, multipart MIME types are used when attaching multiple files to an email.

    Discrete types

    The discrete types currently registered with the IANA are:

    Any kind of binary data that doesn't fall explicitly into one of the other types; either data that will be executed or interpreted in some way or binary data that requires a specific application or category of application to use. Generic binary data (or binary data whose true type is unknown) is . Other common examples include , , and . (Registration at IANA)

    Audio or music data. Examples include , . (Registration at IANA)

    Reserved for use as a placeholder in examples showing how to use MIME types. These should never be used outside of sample code listings and documentation. can also be used as a subtype; for instance, in an example related to working with audio on the web, the MIME type can be used to indicate that the type is a placeholder and should be replaced with an appropriate one when using the code in the real world.

    Font/typeface data. Common examples include , , and . (Registration at IANA)

    Image or graphical data including both bitmap and vector still images as well as animated versions of still image formats such as animated GIF or APNG. Common examples are , , and . (Registration at IANA)

    Model data for a 3D object or scene. Examples include and . (Registration at IANA)

    Text-only data including any human-readable content, source code, or textual data such as comma-separated value (CSV) formatted data. Examples include , , and . (Registration at IANA)

    Video data or files, such as MP4 movies (). (Registration at IANA)

    For text documents without a specific subtype, should be used. Similarly, for binary documents without a specific or known subtype, should be used.

    Multipart types

    Multipart types indicate a category of document broken into pieces, often with different MIME types; they can also be used — especially in email scenarios — to represent multiple, separate files which are all part of the same transaction. They represent a composite document.

    With the exception of , used in the method of HTML Forms, and , used with to send part of a document, HTTP doesn't handle multipart documents in a special way: the message is transmitted to the browser (which will likely show a "Save As" window if it doesn't know how to display the document).

    There are two multipart types:

    A message that encapsulates other messages. This can be used, for instance, to represent an email that includes a forwarded message as part of its data, or to allow sending very large messages in chunks as if it were multiple messages. Examples include (for forwarded or replied-to message quoting) and to allow breaking a large message into smaller ones automatically to be reassembled by the recipient. (Registration at IANA)

    Data that is comprised of multiple components which may individually have different MIME types. Examples include (for data produced using the API) and (defined in RFC 7233: 5.4.1 and used with HTTP's "Partial Content" response returned when the fetched data is only part of the content, such as is delivered using the header). (Registration at IANA)

    Important MIME types for Web developers

    application/octet-stream

    This is the default for binary files. As it means unknown binary file, browsers usually don't execute it, or even ask if it should be executed. They treat it as if the header was set to , and propose a "Save As" dialog.

    text/plain

    This is the default for textual files. Even if it really means "unknown textual file," browsers assume they can display it.

    Note: does not mean "any kind of textual data." If they expect a specific kind of textual data, they will likely not consider it a match. Specifically if they download a file from a element declaring a CSS file, they will not recognize it as a valid CSS file if presented with . The CSS mime type must be used.

    text/css

    CSS files used to style a Web page must be sent with . If a server doesn't recognize the suffix for CSS files, it may send them with or MIME types. If so, they won't be recognized as CSS by most browsers and will be ignored.

    text/html

    All HTML content should be served with this type. Alternative MIME types for XHTML (like ) are mostly useless nowadays.

    Note: Use or if you want XML's strict parsing rules, sections, or elements that aren't from HTML/SVG/MathML namespaces.

    text/javascript

    Per the HTML specification, JavaScript files should always be served using the MIME type . No other values are considered valid, and using any of those may result in scripts that do not load or run.

    For historical reasons, the MIME Sniffing Standard (the definition of how browsers should interpret media types and figure out what to do with content that doesn't have a valid one) allows JavaScript to be served using any MIME type that essentially matches any of the following:

      Note: Even though any given user agent may support any or all of these, you should only use . It's the only MIME type guaranteed to work now and into the future.

      Some content you find may have a parameter at the end of the media type, to specify the character set used to represent the code's content. This is not valid, and in most cases will result in a script not being loaded.

      Image types

      Files whose MIME type is contain image data. The subtype specifies which specific image file format the data represents. Only a few image types are used commonly enough to be considered safe for use on web pages:

      {{page("en-US/docs/Web/Media/Formats/Image_types", "table-of-image-file-types")}}

      Audio and video types

      As is the case for images, HTML doesn't mandate that web browsers support any specific file and codec types for the and elements, so it's important to consider your target audience and the range of browsers (and versions of those browsers) they may be using when choosing the file type and codecs to use for media.

      Our media container formats guide provides a list of the file types that are commonly supported by web browsers, including information about what their special use cases may be, any drawbacks they have, and compatibility information, along with other details.

      The audio codec and video codec guides list the various codecs that web browsers often support, providing compatibility details along with technical information such as how many audio channels they support, what sort of compression is used, and what bit rates and so forth they're useful at. The codecs used by WebRTC guide expands upon this by specifically covering the codecs supported by the major web browsers, so you can choose the codecs that best cover the range of browsers you wish to support.

      As for MIME types of audio or video files, they typically specify the container format (file type). The optional codecs parameter can be added to the MIME type to further specify which codecs to use and what options were used to encode the media, such as codec profile, level, or other such information.

      The most commonly used MIME types used for web content are listed below. This isn't a complete list of all the types that may be available, however. See the media container formats guide for that.

      MIME typeAudio or video type
      An audio file in the WAVE container format. The PCM audio codec (WAVE codec "1") is often supported, but other codecs have limited support (if any).
      An audio file in the WebM container format. Vorbis and Opus are the codecs officially supported by the WebM specification.
      A video file, possibly with audio, in the WebM container format. VP8 and VP9 are the most common video codecs; Vorbis and Opus the most common audio codecs.
      An audio file in the Ogg container format. Vorbis is the most common audio codec used in such a container; however, Opus is now supported by Ogg as well.
      A video file, possibly with audio, in the Ogg container format. Theora is the usual video codec used within it; Vorbis is the usual audio codec, although Opus is becoming more common.
      An audio or video file using the Ogg container format. Theora is the usual video codec used within it; Vorbis is the usual audio codec.

      multipart/form-data

      The type can be used when sending the values of a completed HTML Form from browser to server.

      As a multipart document format, it consists of different parts, delimited by a boundary (a string starting with a double dash ). Each part is its own entity with its own HTTP headers, , and for file uploading fields.

      Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=aBoundaryString (other headers associated with the multipart document as a whole) --aBoundaryString Content-Disposition: form-data; name="myFile"; filename="img.jpg" Content-Type: image/jpeg (data) --aBoundaryString Content-Disposition: form-data; name="myField" (data) --aBoundaryString (more subparts) --aBoundaryString--

      The following :

      will send this message:

      POST / HTTP/1.1 Host: localhost:8000 User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.9; rv:50.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/50.0 Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8 Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.5 Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate Connection: keep-alive Upgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1 Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=---------------------------8721656041911415653955004498 Content-Length: 465 -----------------------------8721656041911415653955004498 Content-Disposition: form-data; name="myTextField" Test -----------------------------8721656041911415653955004498 Content-Disposition: form-data; name="myCheckBox" on -----------------------------8721656041911415653955004498 Content-Disposition: form-data; name="myFile"; filename="test.txt" Content-Type: text/plain Simple file. -----------------------------8721656041911415653955004498--

      multipart/byteranges

      The MIME type is used to send partial responses to the browser.

      When the status code is sent, this MIME type indicates that the document is composed of several parts, one for each of the requested ranges. Like other multipart types, the uses a to separate the pieces. Each piece has a header with its actual type and a of the range it represents.

      HTTP/1.1 206 Partial Content Accept-Ranges: bytes Content-Type: multipart/byteranges; boundary=3d6b6a416f9b5 Content-Length: 385 --3d6b6a416f9b5 Content-Type: text/html Content-Range: bytes 100-200/1270 eta http-equiv="Content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <meta name="vieport" content --3d6b6a416f9b5 Content-Type: text/html Content-Range: bytes 300-400/1270 -color: #f0f0f2; margin: 0; padding: 0; font-family: "Open Sans", "Helvetica --3d6b6a416f9b5--

      Importance of setting the correct MIME type

      Most web servers send unrecognized resources as the MIME type. For security reasons, most browsers do not allow setting a custom default action for such resources, forcing the user to save it to disk to use it.

      Some common incorrect server configurations:

      • RAR-compressed files. In this case, the ideal would be the true type of the original files; this is often impossible as .RAR files can hold several resources of different types. In this case, configure the server to send .
      • Audio and video. Only resources with the correct MIME Type will be played in or elements. Be sure to specify the correct media type for audio and video.
      • Proprietary file types. Avoid using as most browsers do not allow defining a default behavior (like "Open in Word") for this generic MIME type. A specific type like lets users open such files automatically in the presentation software of their choice.

      MIME sniffing

      In the absence of a MIME type, or in certain cases where browsers believe they are incorrect, browsers may perform MIME sniffing — guessing the correct MIME type by looking at the bytes of the resource.

      Each browser performs MIME sniffing differently and under different circumstances. (For example, Safari will look at the file extension in the URL if the sent MIME type is unsuitable.) There are security concerns as some MIME types represent executable content. Servers can prevent MIME sniffing by sending the header.

      Other methods of conveying document type

      MIME types are not the only way to convey document type information:

      • Filename suffixes are sometimes used, especially on Microsoft Windows. Not all operating systems consider these suffixes meaningful (such as Linux and MacOS), and there is no guarantee they are correct.
      • Magic numbers. The syntax of different formats allows file-type inference by looking at their byte structure. For example, GIF files start with the hexadecimal value (), and PNG files with (). Not all file types have magic numbers, so this is not 100% reliable either.

      See also

      Sours: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Basics_of_HTTP/MIME_types
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      mime_content_type

      (PHP 4 >= 4.3.0, PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP 8)

      mime_content_type — Detect MIME Content-type for a file

      Description

      mime_content_type(resource|string): string|false

      Parameters

      Path to the tested file.

      Return Values

      Returns the content type in MIME format, like or , or on failure.

      Errors/Exceptions

      Upon failure, an is emitted.

      Examples

      Example #1 mime_content_type() Example

      The above example will output:

      Josh Sean

      9 years ago

      Sune Jensen

      14 years ago

      webmaster at cafe-clope dot net

      15 years ago

      geompse

      13 years ago

      memi aet liip doet ch

      13 years ago

      svogal

      12 years ago

      Bond Akinmade

      6 years ago

      Bob

      12 years ago

      john dot howard at prismmg dot com

      11 years ago

      David Spector

      1 year ago

      tree2054 using hotmail

      14 years ago

      some dude AT somewhere DOT com

      16 years ago

      alex at webedge dot ca

      6 years ago

      php [spat] hm2k.org

      13 years ago

      Anonymous

      15 years ago

      ginnsu at arcee dot ca

      16 years ago

      Quis at IHAVEGOTSPAMENOUGH dot omicidio dot nl

      14 years ago

      jacopo dot mazzoni at gmail dot com

      6 years ago

      mami at madagascarsurlenet dot com

      13 years ago

      To TopSours: https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.mime-content-type.php

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