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bio website alerque.com
location Izmir, Turkey
age 32
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I am a scripting language connoisseur, regular expression aficionado, network geek, general lover of Linux and a frequent contributor to open source software. I transitioned to programming from other work because I was too busy automating my own work environment to actually do the other work. I have a hobby interest in cartography. For more see my personal site. Most importantly, my life is defined by the grace of God given to men through Jesus Christ. It is my ambition that everything I do would reflect His glory and point people towards Him.


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comment will my continuing to use EW4 become a handicap someday later?
Just because you can set an HTML5 Doctype doesn't mean the finished product is going to be an HTML5 site.
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answered will my continuing to use EW4 become a handicap someday later?
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answered Our company office website being wrongly filtered/blocked by websense under category “Potentially Damaging Content”
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answered mod_rewrite causing too many redirects
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comment How can I make my binary file is served as binary and not text when user choose “Save Linked File As…” in Safari?
I would also check Firefox, Opera, and anything else you come across just to see if there is any inconsistency with your server. You might also use something like Firebug to look at the headers that get served when the file is downloaded via a direct hit vs a download-save-as type command.
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comment How can I make my binary file is served as binary and not text when user choose “Save Linked File As…” in Safari?
@Eonil I understand your situation but chasing the Safari bug might lead you to somebody who has found a workaround. BTW, have you tested this in other browsers to see what their behavior is?
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comment How can I make my binary file is served as binary and not text when user choose “Save Linked File As…” in Safari?
This sounds like it might be a Safari bug. If your is is sending the right ContentType header so that it saves when normally clicked, I can't see how it wouldn't be sending the same header when the browser requests it through it's little save file mechanism. Have you searched around to see if Safari user forums have any complains about this behavior in general?
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answered Google indexes my site as https as opposed to the correct http
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answered What to do if Google has banned my site?