|MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) is a standard for describing different types of information. MIME content types consists of a main type and a subtype. The main type declares the general type of media, and the subtype defines the specific format for that media. The two are separated by a forward slash, "main type/subtype". For example, image/jpg has a main type of image, and the subtype is jpg.
There are 8 main types:
This list below (last updated: 22 dec 2005) is based on the information retrieved from: http://www.iana.org/assignments/media-types/
The experimental subtypes are not displayed below because they are unofficial.
Display an unofficial list of MIME types.
This list (mime.types) can be found in the Apache 2.0.55 installation.