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Re: IIS + SVGZ + Firefox (3.5x)

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  • heldermagalhaes
    Hi Volleyballer8, ... You ll find generic information about this in the community site [1]. Detailed information about server configuration (including
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 5, 2009
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      Hi Volleyballer8,


      > how do i have to configure IIS (6) to
      > serve svgz-files so that both browsers
      > (IE & firefox) could show it?

      You'll find generic information about this in the community site [1]. Detailed information about server configuration (including IIS-specific) is available [2] also. ;-)


      > mime-types for svg and svgz were already entered!

      As stated in the provided links [1] [2], the "svgz" file extension requires one more configuration to reflect the fact that the content is compressed (using gzip).


      > in IE with the adove viewer everything is fine.

      This is misleading: the Adobe plug-in has several quirks which try to dodge non-standard/invalid content. Auto-detecting compressed SVG content is only one of them: useful but non-standard behavior which makes older content (designed with ASV in mind) to break in more recent, standard implementations...


      > anyone has same problems?

      Yup, long ago but it's easy to hit this one... ;-)


      Hope this helps,
      Helder


      [1] http://www.planetsvg.com/content/troubleshooting-checklist-svg-image-not-displaying
      [2] http://wiki.svg.org/Server_Configuration
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