[uf-discuss] hMedia microformat proposal

Derrick Lyndon Pallas derrick at pallas.us
Thu Feb 8 08:42:36 PST 2007

Chris Newell wrote:
> Thanks - this is all useful. However TYPE can't convey all the information needed such as bit-rate.
> Chris
HTTP Content-Type does this by putting the MIME type first, followed by 
a semi-colon, followed by key value pairs. Usually, I only see 
"text/html;charset=utf-8". According to 
<http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec3.html#sec3.7> there can 
be many semi-color separated parameters following the MIME type 
including key=value pairs. ~D

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