-=[bZk]=-;1207645 said:Case Sensitive means that case (capital/small) in which you type your answer matters.
hey i have'nt got your pointit refers to an answer high above!
Most webservers run on Unix/Linux OS
Unix/Linux OS is case-sensitive and the applications they run are also mostly case-sensitive!
Their file-system is totally case-sensitive!
So the URL which you finally get is actually a part of their file-system, and it is also case-sensitive. For example:
rawat.html, Rawat.html, RAWAT.html, rawaT.html are all different files!
You shouldn't find this on a web-server running on windows servers.
BRB, changing the OS, switching to WinXP from Win 7