When a file with one of the following extensions 1) is underneath your web_scripts directory and 2) is not protected by a .htaccess file, it will be served directly to the web using your scripts.mit.edu account (you may want to read this description of what files your account can access). In other words, you do not need to make files with the following extensions world-readable in order for them to be served directly to the web:
avi css doc docm docx dot dotm dotx eot gif htm html ico il jar jpeg jpg js mid midi mov mp3 mpeg mpg odb odc odf odg odi odm odp ods odt otf otg oth otp ots ott pdf png pot potm potx ppa ppam pps ppsm ppsx ppt pptm pptx ps svg swf tar tgz tif tiff ttf wav wmv woff woff2 xaml xap xhtml xla xlam xls xlsb xlsm xlsx xlt xltm xltx xml xsl zip
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