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Downloading a File

I do not have many experience with PHP.

What is the way to download a file? In my website I want to give
access to my users to downlaod several files.

Thanks you
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Jalin <al*******@alfra.info> wrote:
What is the way to download a file? In my website I want to give
access to my users to downlaod several files.


Browsers already have such functionality, most of the times it's under
the right mouse button (something like "save URL as:"), only thing you
have to do is create a link: <a href='/foo/bar.zip'>bar.zip</a>

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Daniel Tryba

Jul 17 '05 #2
Yes, I know this way, but I need to download a file without the use of
a link. For example: My user fill up a form (HTML) and then with PHP I
receive the fields of the form, send an email and start to download a
file. The last part of the process is what I need.


Daniel Tryba <ne****************@canopus.nl> wrote in message news:<cl**********@news.tue.nl>...
Jalin <al*******@alfra.info> wrote:
What is the way to download a file? In my website I want to give
access to my users to downlaod several files.


Browsers already have such functionality, most of the times it's under
the right mouse button (something like "save URL as:"), only thing you
have to do is create a link: <a href='/foo/bar.zip'>bar.zip</a>

Jul 17 '05 #3
On 29 Oct 2004 19:35:58 -0700, al*******@alfra.info (Jalin) wrote:
Yes, I know this way, but I need to download a file without the use of
a link. For example: My user fill up a form (HTML) and then with PHP I
receive the fields of the form, send an email and start to download a
file. The last part of the process is what I need.

If you stop top posting, I'll tell you how.

Daniel Tryba <ne****************@canopus.nl> wrote in message news:<cl**********@news.tue.nl>...
Jalin <al*******@alfra.info> wrote:
> What is the way to download a file? In my website I want to give
> access to my users to downlaod several files.


Browsers already have such functionality, most of the times it's under
the right mouse button (something like "save URL as:"), only thing you
have to do is create a link: <a href='/foo/bar.zip'>bar.zip</a>


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Jul 17 '05 #4
> Yes, I know this way, but I need to download a file without the use of
a link. For example: My user fill up a form (HTML) and then with PHP I
receive the fields of the form, send an email and start to download a
file. The last part of the process is what I need.


http://groups.google.com/groups?selm...ing.google.com

If it doesn't fit you, searching in the newsgroup via google gives you
other solutions.
Jul 17 '05 #5

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