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  1. #1
    Yiftach Guest

    Default Download

    Hi,<BR><BR>What is the way to cause the browser start a download of an HTML? I saw that some people uses Response.AddHeader, but all it did is to download a blank HTML page.<BR><BR>Thank you in advance.

  2. #2
    Mark Wilson Guest

    Default RE: Download

    At the very top of your ASP file add Response.Buffer=True<BR><BR>Now you can pass HTML code to the browser in batches by including Response.Flush commands at different points through your code.<BR><BR>NOTE: If you are outputting a long table of results, most client browsers still won&#039t start rendering the table until they receive the &#060;/TABLE> tag.

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