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list of available values for enctype attributes in form tag

 
Darshan Bhavsar
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Hi friends,
I want to know list of available values for enctype attributes in form tag and their meaning
Thanks in advance
 
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look here for a list of common MIME types. To get a list from your browser you can do something like this:
 
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Hello i don't want mimetypes but enctype
like text/plain or multiform-part and like that
i actually want to send some rich text mail through html
<form action=mailto mb@atul.co.in enctype="text/plain">
 
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As I understand it, enctype is looking for MIME types.
From MSDN

ENCTYPE Attribute | enctype Property Internet Development Index
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Sets or retrieves the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) encoding for the form.
Syntax
HTML <FORM ENCTYPE = sType... >
Scripting FORM.enctype(v) [ = sType ]
Possible Values
sType String that specifies or receives the format of the data being submitted by the form.
The property is read/write. The property has a default value of application/x-www-form-urlencoded.
Remarks
The enctype property was introduced in Microsoft� Internet Explorer 6. If backwards compatibility is required, use the encoding property.
Internet Explorer also recognizes multipart/form-data, which, along with a POST method, is required to submit a file upload to the server.
Standards Information
This property is defined in HTML 3.2 and is defined in World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Document Object Model (DOM) Level 1 .
 
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