I'm writing some software which in many ways is like a Browser (Netscape, Internet Explorer and co.).
It retrieves HTML pages from HTTP servers.
Mostly it works just fine, yet there are a number of sites that elude me.
Such sites are:
When I access these sites from std. browsers, such as those I've mentioned, things work fine.
Yet when my software accesses them, I don't get the same HTML content these browsers get.
1. I use the std. HTTP 1.0 method of GET (and it works fine in 99% of the cases
2. I tested this on the Internet Sample PowerPlant provides, with the same results.
3. If you try these sites with the Internet Sample, you'll note Expecting Rain returns the HTTP Location header information. I honor that, but still don't get the info. std. browsers get.
What extra information do Netscape/IE send (and I should send) in order to get the correct HTML info back from these sites?