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[e] (0) I keep forgetting the text/css quirk is already defined, so l…
…et's link to it explicitly.

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used to determine whether to <em>apply</em> the resource, not the
aforementioned assumed type.</p>

<p id=concept-link-type-sniffing>If the resource is expected to be
an image, user agents may apply the <a href=#content-type-sniffing:-image title="Content-Type
sniffing: image">image sniffing rules</a>, with the <var title="">official type</var> being the type determined from the
resource's <a href=#content-type-0 title=Content-Type>Content-Type metadata</a>,
and use the resulting sniffed type of the resource as if it was the
actual type. Otherwise, if the resource is not expected to be an
image, or if the user agent opts not to apply those rules, then the
user agent must use the resource's <a href=#content-type-0 title=Content-Type>Content-Type metadata</a> to determine the
<p id=concept-link-type-sniffing>If the external resource link
type defines rules for processing the resource's <a href=#content-type-0 title=Content-Type>Content-Type metadata</a>, then those rules
apply. Otherwise, if the resource is expected to be an image, user
agents may apply the <a href=#content-type-sniffing:-image title="Content-Type sniffing:
image">image sniffing rules</a>, with the <var title="">official
type</var> being the type determined from the resource's <a href=#content-type-0 title=Content-Type>Content-Type metadata</a>, and use the
resulting sniffed type of the resource as if it was the actual
type. Otherwise, if neither of these conditions apply or if the user
agent opts not to apply the image sniffing rules, then the user
agent must use the resource's <a href=#content-type-0 title=Content-Type>Content-Type metadata</a> to determine the
type of the resource. If there is no type metadata, but the external
resource link type has a default type defined, then the user agent
must assume that the resource is of that type.</p>

<p class=note>The <code title=link-type-stylesheet>stylesheet</code> link type defines
rules for processing the resource's <a href=#content-type-0 title=Content-Type>Content-Type metadata</a>.</p>

<p>Once the user agent has established the type of the resource, the
user agent must apply the resource if it is of a supported type and
the other relevant conditions apply, and must ignore the resource
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used to determine whether to <em>apply</em> the resource, not the
aforementioned assumed type.</p>

<p id="concept-link-type-sniffing">If the resource is expected to be
an image, user agents may apply the <span title="Content-Type
sniffing: image">image sniffing rules</span>, with the <var
title="">official type</var> being the type determined from the
resource's <span title="Content-Type">Content-Type metadata</span>,
and use the resulting sniffed type of the resource as if it was the
actual type. Otherwise, if the resource is not expected to be an
image, or if the user agent opts not to apply those rules, then the
user agent must use the resource's <span
<p id="concept-link-type-sniffing">If the external resource link
type defines rules for processing the resource's <span
title="Content-Type">Content-Type metadata</span>, then those rules
apply. Otherwise, if the resource is expected to be an image, user
agents may apply the <span title="Content-Type sniffing:
image">image sniffing rules</span>, with the <var title="">official
type</var> being the type determined from the resource's <span
title="Content-Type">Content-Type metadata</span>, and use the
resulting sniffed type of the resource as if it was the actual
type. Otherwise, if neither of these conditions apply or if the user
agent opts not to apply the image sniffing rules, then the user
agent must use the resource's <span
title="Content-Type">Content-Type metadata</span> to determine the
type of the resource. If there is no type metadata, but the external
resource link type has a default type defined, then the user agent
must assume that the resource is of that type.</p>

<p class="note">The <code
title="link-type-stylesheet">stylesheet</code> link type defines
rules for processing the resource's <span
title="Content-Type">Content-Type metadata</span>.</p>

<p>Once the user agent has established the type of the resource, the
user agent must apply the resource if it is of a supported type and
the other relevant conditions apply, and must ignore the resource

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