Internet Media Types

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List of common media types

IANA manages a registry of media types and character encodings. The organization makes a list available to the public through the Web. Some of the more notable media types used on the Web are listed below:

Type application: Multipurpose files
text/plain it is for : TXT documents
application/atom+xml Atom feeds
application/EDI-X12 EDI X12 data; Defined in RFC 1767
application/EDIFACT EDI EDIFACT data; Defined in RFC 1767
application/json JavaScript Object Notation JSON; Defined in RFC 4627
application/javascript JavaScript; Defined in RFC 4329 but not accepted in IE 8 or earlier
application/octet-stream Arbitrary binary data.[4] Generally speaking this type identifies files that are not associated with a specific application. Contrary to past assumptions by software packages such as Apache this is not a type that should be applied to unknown files. In such a case, a server or application should not indicate a content type, as it may be incorrect, but rather, should omit the type in order to allow the recipient to guess the type.[5]
application/ogg Ogg, a multimedia bitstream container format; Defined in RFC 5334
application/pdf Portable Document Format, PDF has been in use for document exchange on the Internet since 1993; Defined in RFC 3778
application/postscript PostScript; Defined in RFC 2046
application/soap+xml SOAP; Defined by RFC 3902
application/xhtml+xml XHTML; Defined by RFC 3236
application/xml-dtd DTD files; Defined by RFC 3023
application/zip ZIP archive files; Registered[6]
Type audio Audio
audio/basic mulaw audio at 8 kHz, 1 channel; Defined in RFC 2046
audio/mp4 MP4 audio
audio/mpeg MP3 or other MPEG audio; Defined in RFC 3003
audio/ogg Ogg Vorbis, Speex, Flac and other audio; Defined in RFC 5334
audio/vorbis Vorbis encoded audio; Defined in RFC 5215
audio/x-ms-wma Windows Media Audio; Documented in Microsoft KB 288102
audio/x-ms-wax Windows Media Audio Redirector; Documented in Microsoft help page
audio/vnd.rn-realaudio RealAudio; Documented in RealPlayer Customer Support Answer 2559
audio/vnd.wave WAV audio; Defined in RFC 2361
Type image
image/gif GIF image; Defined in RFC 2045 and RFC 2046
image/jpeg JPEG JFIF image; Defined in RFC 2045 and RFC 2046
image/png Portable Network Graphics; Registered,[7] Defined in RFC 2083
image/svg+xml SVG vector image; Defined in SVG Tiny 1.2 Specification Appendix M
image/tiff Tag Image File Format; Defined in RFC 3302
image/ ICO image; Registered[8]
Type message
message/http ...
Type model 3D models
Type multipart Archives and other objects made of more than one part
multipart/mixed MIME E-mail; Defined in RFC 2045 and RFC 2046
multipart/alternative MIME E-mail; Defined in RFC 2045 and RFC 2046
multipart/related MIME E-mail; Defined in RFC 2387 and used by MHTML (HTML mail)
multipart/form-data MIME Webform; Defined in RFC 2388
multipart/signed Defined in RFC 1847
multipart/encrypted Defined in RFC 1847
Type text Human-readable text and source code
text/cmd commands; subtype resident in Gecko browsers like FireFox 3.5
text/css Cascading Style Sheets; Defined in RFC 2318
text/csv Comma-separated values; Defined in RFC 4180
text/html HTML; Defined in RFC 2854
text/javascript (Obsolete): JavaScript; Defined in and obsoleted by RFC 4329 in order to discourage its usage in favor of application/javascript. However, text/javascript is allowed in HTML 4 and 5 and, unlike application/javascript, has cross-browser support
text/plain Textual data; Defined in RFC 2046 and RFC 3676
text/xml Extensible Markup Language; Defined in RFC 3023
Type video Video
video/mpeg MPEG-1 video with multiplexed audio; Defined in RFC 2045 and RFC 2046
video/mp4 MP4 video; Defined in RFC 4337
video/ogg Ogg Theora or other video (with audio); Defined in RFC 5334
video/quicktime QuickTime video; Registered[9]
video/webm WebM open media format
video/x-ms-wmv Windows Media Video; Documented in Microsoft KB 288102
Type vnd Vendor Specific Files
application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text OpenDocument Text; Registered [10]
application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet OpenDocument Spreadsheet; Registered [11]
application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.presentation OpenDocument Presentation; Registered [12]
application/ OpenDocument Graphics; Registered [13]
application/ Microsoft Excel files
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet Microsoft Excel 2007 files
application/ Microsoft Powerpoint files
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.presentation Microsoft Powerpoint 2007 files
application/msword Microsoft Word files
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document Microsoft Word 2007 files
application/vnd.mozilla.xul+xml Mozilla XUL files
Type x Non-standard files
application/x-www-form-urlencoded Form Encoded Data; Documented in HTML 4.01 Specification, Section
application/x-dvi device-independent document in DVI format
application/x-latex LaTeX files
application/x-font-ttf TrueType Font No registered MIME type, but this is the most commonly used
application/x-shockwave-flash Adobe Flash files for example with the extension .swf; Documented in Adobe TechNote tn_4151 and Adobe TechNote tn_16509
application/x-stuffit StuffIt archive files
application/x-rar-compressed RAR archive files
application/x-tar Tarball files
Type x-pkcs PKCS standard files
application/x-pkcs12 p12 files
application/x-pkcs12 pfx files
application/x-pkcs7-certificates p7b files
application/x-pkcs7-certificates spc files
application/x-pkcs7-certreqresp p7r files
application/x-pkcs7-mime p7c files
application/x-pkcs7-mime p7m files
application/x-pkcs7-signature p7s files



"media-types", Hans E Andersson: 2010-12-02 09:55:07, ändrad: 2015-02-22 22:55:29


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