Thanks for your reply! Still have another question: How to use
header() to generate download link?
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To: "Alex Shi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 7:27 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Link for downloading?
> Question 1:
> I think this has to do with how you attribute your file extensions in
> httpd.conf (Apache thing, not PHP), so check out the docs on apache.org
> Question 2:
> I woudl tend to believe it depends what kind of link it is...
> is it and HTTP downlaod site (which would use the windows "save file as"
> dialog, or is it a link to an FTP site, which may use your local FTP
> > Hello,
> > How to create a link that when click it will lauch file downloading at
> > client's end.
> > And another question which might be biased from this topic, but
> > still related with the subject of this message: why some downloading
> > link will lauch a ftp client such as NetAnts or Download Accelerator
> > while other link will start a Window's builtin download window?
> > Alex
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