Resource - (Mime|Media) Type

Type

The term Internet media type refers to the type of a resource

It is also known as MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) because the media type definition started with the email.

Syntax

A string is a valid MIME type with no parameters if it matches the media-type rule defined in section 3.1.1.1 “Media Types” of RFC 7231, but does not contain any “;” (U+003B) characters. In other words, if it consists only of a type and subtype, with no MIME Type parameters.

Plugin

A user agent must not consider the types text/plain and application/octet-stream as having a registered plugin.

Registry

See the registry

List

For a full list, see the registry

Example:

audio/mpeg
image/gif
image/jpeg
text/css
text/html
text/javascript
video/mpeg
video/quicktime

Html

  • text/html: HTML document

XML

The term XML MIME type is used to refer to the MIME types:

  • text/xml,
  • application/xml,
  • and any MIME type whose subtype ends with the four characters “+xml”.

RFC3023 - XML Media Types

x-www-form-urlencoded

Detection

You can detect it:

Library

Documentation / Reference


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