complete set of headers
I'm very new. I was wondering what exactly does a complete set of headers consist of?
It really depends on the context of the term 'headers'.
For example, complete headers of an email show the RFC information such as the values of the To, From, Subject, Content/Type, etc fields.
In PERL which generates HTML pages, complete headers refers to what is between the HTML <head></head> tags. At the very least, PERL generated HTML pages need to have the mime type set to text/html.
I hope this helps some.
print "Content-type: text/html\n\n";
We're all a little loony.
The scripts were rejected;
Expect the Unexpected.
Headers for Matts Script Archive
Thanks! I'm trying to add a message board using the script from Matt's Script Archive. I know how to change the variables to suit my needs but it still returns "complete set of headers" error.
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