Download Button Download File And Redirect To New Page
Apr 11, 2009
I am trying to create a way for my users to download some code dynamically from my web page via a file download. Below is the code that i have written so far. It seems to be dying on the iframe but i'm not sure why.
Here is my jquery trigger which is inside my onreadystate function.
I'm trying to allow people to download music files, from my web site server, to their desk top, by clicking a button. I don't know if I need html or some kind of script. The page already plays short music clips automaticly with a simple "onload" script I found somewhere--but I don't know how to get the viewer a copy of the music for their mp3 player or disk burner.
I have a page /download.php.basically on entry this page displays a browser download dialog box for a file.I was wondering if there is a way to use .load() to get the same download dialog box on another page.I tried the code below but it does not work/ what jquery function I can use to get this working
I'm using ASP.NET and setting window.location.href in my web page to output an audio file that the user is prompted to download. I would like to provide a link so that the user can download the audio file and an XML file one after the other. I've been experimenting with opening a new window, but there must be a cleaner way of doing this.
I need to download - randon size - parts of a file, not the whole file. Says: I have the zip file test.zip, it is 10 mega bytes long. But I don't want the 10 mega today. Today I want 5 mega bytes. Tomorrow I could want more 3 mega bytes of the file, but it is not sure, could be 4 mega bytes. I need to part the zip file in chunks at request. No CGI, no asp, no php. Only client side scripts.
i noticed today that if i type in my js file name in the url i get a download box, i have an htaccess on my site so this should not be happening, thats another issue.. my question is, is there a trick to creating a js file that cant be accessed in this manner, i was thinking about adding a php define statement as it comes from one source only, but i wanted to ask first to see if there was something on the js side i could do or is that strictly a htaccess or server side issue..
I'm wanting a message box to appear when a user clicks on a link that pops up a message. Once they click "OK' on the message box, a file download box pops up letting them open/save the file.
Basically a person clicks on a link for a class. A message box pops up saying "Please print and bring the following papers to class." When they click "OK", the *.pdf file pops up ready to be downloaded.
I know there got 1 function is fileUpload, the code is like this: <input type="file" name="filename" size="35"> After that will prompt out 1 dialog box to let user to select file to upload. *User must select 1 file to upload.
How about If I just want to browse the path? and I do not want to select a file but create a filename by myself?
Actually I just want to specify the path and filename so that later I can create 1 file by using the filename and create the file in that path.
There is text file save on my pc.i wnat a code which give the solution that after complete the code it should show the that text file and there should be option of download and on click on the download button there should be option of save and cancel and on click on the save there should be option of location so that i could save that file at that location.
Is there a way to get jQuery to download a js file in the background without parsing it? I have a CMS with a login form, which may take the user 3-5 seconds to fill in the data. I am thinking that if I can pre-load my js scripts which are used after the login page, then this will make things quicker after they login. Can this, and should this, be done?
i have a link to a dynamically generated report download. when you click the link it takes a while for the server to do the number crunching and return the file. i need to execute some JS on completion of the file download. is this even possible??
I am trying to make an xml file download from my website, so the saveAs window will be open, I checked the forum and found the following code. but instead of saving the xml file it saves the html file.
I also try to send the xml with the following header but with no success
It is a client-server system: in the server is installed Apache, while the clients are PCs where only a web browser (IE) is running, connected to the server via Wi-Fi.
I have the following problem: I want to show in the clients some videos (huge files); therefore I would kike to avoid to download them everytime from the server (in order to not overload the Wi-fi network). The client should call a php page from the server, but the video file should be downloaded from the own (client) HD.
I am trying to get started using JQuery, but I find I can't even get to lesson #1. When I go to jquery.com and click to download the latest version (or any version) it doesn't "download" anything. It opens the file as a webpage in my browser and I see all the JQuery in one big string. Why won't the file just download? Is it the browser I am using? Is it my Mac?