#HTTP_HEADER

The #HTTP_HEADER{argument} tag (since SPIP 1.9) is used to modify the HTTP header for the page generated by SPIP.

Remarks:
-  #HTTP_HEADER can not be preceded by any character or blank space.
-  #HTTP_HEADER must not be preceded by any other HTML code. Example:

 
 <BOUCLE_truc(ARTICLES)>        
 <!-- start of the page -->
 #HTTP_HEADER{...}                  
 ...
 
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not good!

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 <BOUCLE_truc(ARTICLES)>        
 #HTTP_HEADER{...}                  
 <!-- start of the page -->
 ...
 
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correct!

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-  Using this tag deletes the administration buttons.
-  This tag can not be used in template files included using the <INCLURE> syntax.

Usage examples:
-  #HTTP_HEADER{Content-Type: text/css} is used to specify that the template (with the .html file extension) is in fact a stylesheet. For more information on this, refer to the article on SPIP-Contrib: Dynamic stylesheets - loops and tags in the CSS.
-  #HTTP_HEADER{Content-Type: text/plain; charset=#CHARSET} for the text version of an article.
-  #HTTP_HEADER{Content-Type: text/csv; charset=#CHARSET}
#HTTP_HEADER{Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=rapport.csv} for a template file that generates a CSV file.

Author Mark Published : Updated : 26/10/12

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