[Twisted-Python] Browser oddities and Woven...
stuart.hungerford at anu.edu.au
Mon Nov 17 20:02:02 EST 2003
I probably shouldn't be too surprised, but I'm experiencing
some odd behaviour with IE 6.0 .vs. Mozilla 1.5, both on
I've developed a Woven application that generates three
HTML pages, let's call them A, B, and C.
A's render() method does a redirect to B. B's view methods
generate an XHTML meta tag with the content attribute set
to a refresh and new URL for C:
<meta content="10;http://example.org/C" http-equiv="refresh" />
With Mozilla as the client everything thing goes as I expected
with pages progressing from A to B to C.
With IE as the client it goes from A to B, then loops continually
on B, i.e A, B, B, B, ... without ever reaching C.
I suspect there's some request header I need to set or set
differently? Can anyone offer me advice on this strange
:: Stuart Hungerford (stuart.hungerford at anu.edu.au)
:: ANU Internet Futures Group
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