On Tue, 21 May 2002 20:57:46 +0100, 1lt John W. Holmes wrote:

> Use PHP to write a META-REFRESH to the file that's going to be downloaded,
> or a php file that controls the download. Basically, you show them an HTML
> page that says the download will begin, the META tag refreshes after X
> seconds to the actual file, and the download box pops up.

Oh, okay. I was obviously overlooking the simple solution. But, just out of
curiousity, does that mean that you *can't* do what I was at first trying to
do - that is use PHP to send a file and some HTML as some kind of multipart
content to a browser?

D. D. Brierton            [EMAIL PROTECTED]           www.dzr-web.com
        Trying is the first step before failure (Homer Simpson)

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