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    Default jpeg support of a web-server - how to check this

    hello - and good day dear community,

    today i have a question regarding a server.


    i want to check if my server supports jpeg -

    a friend told me

    the server does not support JPEG images. Please see the attached screenshot:


    well - see the attached image

    is this true?

    how to test this - can i verify it while looking at the php-info.
    in which filed of the long information list can i check if the jpeg - support is up and running?



    love to hear from you
    dilbert ;-)
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    Default Re: jpeg support of a web-server - how to check this

    1. I do not see any of the screenshot(s) and/or image(s) you mention.
    2. What do you mean by support of JPEG by a web server? The only thing a web server (like Apache) has to do is knowing it has to send a JPEG file to the client/browser by saying in the HTTP header that goes with it, that the MIME type is image/jpeg. In the case of Apache, this is configured in /etc/apache2/mime.types as
      Code:
      image/jpeg                                       jpeg jpg jpe
      which means that files having a suffix (in this configuration in the "Extensions" column) of .jpeg, .jpg or .jpe are send as image/jpeg to the browser.
    Henk van Velden

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