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Internet media types are also known as MIME types. The codeType property is read-only for any pre-existing object in an HTML document. For instances of objects that are created in script, the codeType property is read/write-once, because the codeType property is written when an object is created. After an instance of an object is created, the codeType property is read-only.
… further results"html" is not in the list of possible values (Canvas, CSS Font, CSS Layout, Animation, Audio, Background, Border, Box Model, CSS Attributes, CSSOM, Combinators, Deprecated, Document Structure, Exclusions, FileSystemAPI, Filters, Flexbox, Fonts, Generated and Replaced Content, Gradients, Grid Layout, HTML, Multimedia, Media Queries, Mobile, Multi-Column, Off-line Storage, Paged Media, Performance, Pointer Events, Pseudo-Classes, Pseudo-Elements, Regions, Responsive Web Design, Ruby, Scrollbar, Selectors, Security, Shapes, Syntax, Tables, Text, Touch, Transforms, Transitions, Video, Visual Effects, Web Components, WebRTC, XHR) for this property.
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MIME Type Detection in Internet Explorer
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