This is puzzling. The only difference I find is that the first link reports as
HTML document, UTF-8 Unicode (with BOM) text, with CRLF line terminators while the second is
HTML document, ASCII text.
This must be tripping the file type detection so that in the first case it sets Content-Type as
text/plain while in the second it correctly sets
- Try to get plain ascii encoding for the first file and re-add.
- Probably the best approach in general is to add an index.html file wrapped in a folder, and use the folder hash. That works for me for the first file: https://gateway.ipfs.io/ipfs/QmcL8P4VpovMRJLyL6Mu1MfhMpbCFGYUL4XUZKmZmLxAXf is a folder containing a single index.html (which is QmTafuGvQQarbk4XR7Q9ZkP1ysuYGDWhkrh4udwgzEq6cM) (
ipfs add -w index.html).