[thelist] Tips/Tricks/Tidbits... what do you add?

Peter Brunone (EasyListBox.com) peter at easylistbox.com
Tue Nov 7 21:31:17 CST 2006

   Call me slow, but I don't get it.  So it knows when a user makes a direct request for a css file, as opposed to when the browser requests it as part of the page (possibly due to the referer)?  And then it puts a header and a bunch of carriage returns into the file before serving it up anyway?



				From: Micky Hulse micky at ambiguism.com

Micky Hulse wrote:
> Can you figure it out? Hehe.

Well, if you have not figured it out yet... scroll doooooowwwwwwnnnnn. :D

Thought that was a funny way to approach CSS obfuscation.


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