Revision as of 12:54, 5 July 2012 by Annevk (add prefetching back in too so we at least keep track of what is being used)
This page lists the allowed extension values for the http-equiv="" attribute of the <meta> element in HTML. For the detailed registration requirements, see the specification.
|PICS-Label||Labels that help content advisory software protect children from potentially harmful material [more]||PICS Label Distribution Label Syntax and Communication Protocols|
|x-dns-prefetch-control||Allows turning prefetching "on" or "off". There's an equivalent HTTP header. Which takes precedence is undefined.||Controlling DNS prefetching|
|X-UA-Compatible||Specifies the IE rendering mode that should be used to render the document. Widely used, but not registered with IETF/IANA.||MSDN: Defining Document Compatibility|