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    Making it work in IE

    I have a site of primarily photos and I place a download button so people who wished could download all the photos in a group. It works as desired in Firefox but will not work with IE.

    The code I used is:

    <h3 align="center">Click "Download All" to download
    all photos in this gallery. Note, this is a large file and may
    take some time.</h3>
    <a href="119.zip" target="_blank"><button
    type="button">DOWNLOAD ALL!</button> </a>

    What do I need to do to make it work with Windows?

    The web page is at: http://www.irbflying.com/4id%20gallery/4id.html

    also c477.html and 119.html

    I used IE9 to check it.

    Thanks for any help.

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    It might be due to the space in the path. Change it to under score or hyphen and try again.
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    I don't see the space you mentioned. Where is it?

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    It probably has something to do with the <button> tag inside the <a> tag. Change it to text and see what happens.

    If you want to use a button, use:

    Code:
    <button onclick="window.location='119.zip'">download</button>

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    I got it working, thanks for the help.


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