GETrequest (and other types as well, but we didn't elaborate in the lecture) is terminated by two newlines. Why are two necessary? Wouldn't one newline be sufficient, as in HTTP/0.9?
Content-length:" header required in HTTP/1.0?
Content-encoding:" header required in HTTP/1.0 as it is for some MIME email attachments?
Presuming the file specified actually exists and is readable, what would the server return? Explain in some detail.GET /Fig1.gif HTTP/1.0<newline><newline>
HEADrequest method used for?
GETrequest method header of the form "
GETrequest method to include a "
Referer:" header in the request. Why is this considered to be a potential privacy issue? Discuss, and comment (if you can) on implications for Web browser design.