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  1. #1
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    "Is the server able to send the appropriate CSS for the browser?"

    Hi,
    I'm reading a Forum Nokia document that name is XHTML_White_Paper.PDF, and I not understand:
    page 8: Figure 8. First browser feaches the XHTML file, that is contain a link for CSS.
    After it the browser feaches the CSS file, and -- I'm reading in Figure 8: --
    "Server returns appropriate style sheet for this browser type."

    How can the server send the appropriate CSS file to the browser?
    The XHTML and CSS files are static content, or aren't?

    Thanks, Attila (Hu).

  2. #2
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    RE: "Is the server able to send the appropriate CSS for the browser?"

    Hello!

    You can build logic to the server end to identify the browser from its user agent name or UAProf information. Based on this information, the server knows which CSS file to send to requesting client.

    Kind regards,
    Satu/Forum Nokia Developer Support

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