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P3P Policies

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I have created a p3p policy for our website.
I have validated it against the W3C's policy validator and it checks out fine.
I have defined a compact policy in the header of a webpage so that if IE 6.0 is set to "high" it will still allow cookies to be set.
I have to add the compact-policy to the header via a META TAG:
(< META HTTP-EQUIV='P3P' CONTENT='policyref=""; , CP="NON CUR OUR DEM BUS"' >)
because our HTTP Server does not allow the config of HTTP HEADERS from an admin standpoint.
The meta tag above does not seem to register with IE 6.0 but it validates my P3P policy fine when running against the W3C validator.
Can anyone please help me!!!
I edited this to allow his Meta tag to show---Carl
[This message has been edited by Carl Trusiak (edited November 08, 2001).]
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This may get a better response in the HTML forum. I'll move it there.
He's dead Jim. Grab his tricorder. I'll get his wallet and this tiny ad:
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