Provide support for the bonus content types that Mozilla technology supports.
Firefox supports more varied content than just that of web pages.
In addition to the big world of XUL-based applications, there are a
number of configuration and security content types that can be delivered
to the browser. This Hack explains how to set up Apache so that all
these types are delivered with the right
Content-Type. It also explains what to do
about broken versions of Internet Explorer.
The following MIME types are the ones most commonly used by Firefox. Update your Apache
httpd.conf file to include these directives, and
httpd or signal it to
reread the config files.
Support for HTML content types:
Support for other presentable XML content:
AddType application/xml .xml /* or .. */ AddType text/xml .xml AddType image/svg+xml .svg
Mozilla does not use the MIME type required for pure MathML; such content should be delivered inside a compound document identified as XHTML or XML.
Support for remote XUL and RDF:
AddType application/vnd.mozilla.xul+xml .xul AddType application/rdf+xml .rdf
Support for delivery of extensions, patches and configuration items: