Yes that's true. I have a site with a .inc file. When opened with Netscape (v4) it tried to downlaod the .inc file rather than displaying it like in IE. <BR><BR>Why, why? Thanks for reading :-)
That indicates that your server is not set up to send a mime type telling the browser what to do with the file. Why are you using an "inc" file anyway?
If you use .inc then anyone can download the file and have a look whats in there.<BR><BR>Rename your inc files to .asp<BR><BR>
But, if you map the .INC extension to the ISAPI ASP.DLL, then it'll work in the same manner.<BR><BR>I actually prefer to use .INC due to it's clarity that this file *IS* an Include file and should be used as such.
Clearly, he's not using the "inc" files as include files within an asp page, or he wouldn't be having this problem with Netscape.