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:o I guess it doesn't matter. If they can open it, they can save it to there computer. If they can't open it, it will probably download. Problem resolved. Thanks for your help.
Thanks Shanu, but that's the way I have it coded now. When clicked on, it opens the file in Adobe Reader... if they have Adobe Reader.
I have a page on my website with links to PDF documents. I would like to set the links up to download the documents, rather than open them. Right now, I have a note to right-click and Save As, but...
I found the solution I was looking for.
I'm trying to setup a "word association" page for learning the Spanish word for various items pictured on the page. The page works just as I'd like it to, less one thing. I want to add a button to...
I looked it up and found a cut and paste embeding code. I haven't tried it yet, but it should work for me.:D
I'm trying to upload some videos, i.e *.wmv, to my website and have them open in Windows Media Player, or whatever the user has it setup for. I made a test page, uploaded a video, and made a link to...
Thanks. I'll check it and see what they have to say.
Thanks spidermaster, but like I said, I've been away from HTML for quite a while and I'm just getting back in it. I hope that justifies my question, when I ask what w3c is.
:confused: I'm using gif thumbnails as buttons to navigate to my various pages. I'd like to have a note displayed, for each button, giving a brief discription of what is on that page. The note...