donpvtzuux37724 2014-08-07 00:15
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I have built a website for a client using Concrete5 as the CMS.

There is a download link on this page which links (via Concrete5's file manager code) to an xlsx file.

If this link is clicked on in Google Chrome or Internet Explorer, the file downloads as expected and everything is A-OK.

If this link is clicked on in Mozilla Firefox, however, the user is instead presented with the raw source of the .xlsx file, and no option to download it.

The headers and content the server is serving appear identical, so I can't understand why the two browsers would behave differently.

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  • doubingling4706 2014-08-07 16:34

    One solution is to edit your .htaccess file and add

    <FilesMatch "\.(?i:doc|docx|xls|xlsx)$">
      Header set Content-Disposition attachment

    This will signal to every browser that any doc docx xls and xlsx file from your site ought to be downloaded.


    You could also the HTML5 download attribute like so:

    <a href="path/to/file" download>Click here to download</a>

    This opens a "save as" dialog regardless of file type without taking you away from the page.

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