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2006-02-21

Content Negotiation: why it is useful, and how to make it work

On the W3C QA Weblog - Content Negotiation: why it is useful, and how to make it work:

"A negotiation algorithm trusting a cookie showing that the user has chosen a language different than the one negotiated based on its Accept-Language: header information, and defaulting to Accept-based negotiation in the absence of such a cookie, may be the best of both worlds: negotiated resources, and the guarantee of a consistent user experience regardless of potentially misconfigured browsers."

Tue, 21 Feb 2006 10:09:56 +0000