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URL:
The URL to be fetched. You can omit the method. Example: http://my.server.com/ or my.server.com lead to the same result.
Imitate:
Fetch Page can imitate a lot of browsers. The HTTP header field "user-agent" is used to set these browser types. If you select the option '---' Fetch Page uses its own user agent type.
MIME type:
A browser can accept specific content types, i.e. MIME types. It uses the HTTP header field "accept" to send this information to the web server. Fetch Page can be set to accept the MIME types for HDML, HTML, WML, XHTML and XML
HTTP GET / HTTP HEAD / HTTP POST
You can either send an HTTP GET, HEAD or POST request from WebCab.de's server to your server (URL above) using Fetch Page.
URLencoded Content String
If you use the HTTP method POST you can specify the URLencoded content string that Fetch Page sends to your server (URL above). All characters that are not allowed in a URL need to be encoded according to RFC 1738. This content string will be sent to your server with the content type application/x-www-form-urlencoded. Example: foo=bar%20test&foo2=bar2
Fetch Page does not support the content type multipart/form-data.
Without Redirection
Fetch Page can directly follow the redirection information which the server sends. If the server sends the HTTP response code 301 or 302 together with the HTTP header "Location" Fetch Page processes these information so that it may actually send several different requests. If you select this option Fetch Page will only send a single request.
Basic Authorization
A complete server, a directory or a file on a server might be access protected by an account. If Fetch Page sends an HTTP request to such a server without the account the server will respond with the code 401 which means "Unauthorized". Then you need to provide the account consisting of the user name and the password. Fetch Page automatically fills in the input fields "Network Location" and "Realm" taking the information from the server into account.
Well-Formedness Check
If a page is formated in an XML-based language like WML 1.1 or XHTML then you can check the well-formedness of this page with Fetch Page. If a page is well formed then the syntax is correct. The DTD (document type definition) will not be checked.
Validity Check
If a page is formated in an XML-based language like WML 1.1 or XHTML then you can check the validity of this page with Fetch Page. If a page is a valid XML document then it is well formed and the allowed elements are in the right order (at least).

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