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Revision 537145 by kohei.yoshino on

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Title:
Site Compatibility for Firefox 28
Site Compatibility for Firefox 28
Slug:
Mozilla/Firefox/Releases/28/Site_Compatibility
Mozilla/Firefox/Releases/28/Site_Compatibility
Tags:
"Firefox", "Guide", "Firefox 28", "Compatibility", "Web Development", "FxSiteCompat"
"Firefox", "Guide", "Firefox 28", "Compatibility", "Web Development", "FxSiteCompat"
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n71    <h3 id="navigator.mimeTypes_now_has_lower-cased_plug-in_MIME_n71    <h3>
>types"> 
72      <code>navigator.mimeTypes</code> now has lower-cased plug-i72      Plug-in MIME types are now in lower-case
>n MIME types 
t83      Starting with Firefox&nbsp;28, MIME types exposed in the {{t83      Starting with Firefox&nbsp;28, MIME types exposed in the {{
> domxref("window.navigator.mimeTypes") }} property are designated> domxref("document.plugins") }}, {{ domxref("window.navigator.plu
> by lower-case letters, instead of the original mixed-case or upp>gins") }}, {{ domxref("window.navigator.mimeTypes") }} properties
>er-case type. Be sure to use the <a href="/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScr> are designated by lower-case letters, instead of the original mi
>ipt/Reference/Global_Objects/String/toLowerCase"><code>String.toL>xed-case or upper-case type. Be sure to use the <a href="/en-US/d
>owerCase</code></a> method when you try to find a specific MIME t>ocs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/String/toLowerCase"><
>ype.>code>String.toLowerCase</code></a> method when you try to find a 
 >specific MIME type.

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