Thanx, but I don't have a choice,
The client uploads them as a pdf
and I need to keep it simple for end users.
Plus I'd still love to know how it's done.
> I know tis a pain in the butt to do .. but wouldn't it be easier if you wanted to
>force a down load to zip the file(s) first? that way making them down load the gipped
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jason Wong [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, 26 June 2002 1:42 PM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [PHP] forcing pfds to download
> On Tuesday 25 June 2002 23:58, Christian wrote:
>>I'd like to be able for force all
>>browsers to prompt to save a pdf file
>>(not just display it)
>>Can this be done?
> Yes, but does not work with 100% of browsers. At least some versions of IE
> won't play ball and try to display your file regardless of what you tell it
> to do.
>>I'm sure there's some headers I can send
>>to force the browser to treat the pdf file
>>this way but I've searched without any luck.
> Search archives. Probably for "force downloads".
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