> When you click on his link it
> opens the IE6 browser with "Page can't be displayed" Any input as to why.
It depends upon what the file is, and how you put the link into place.
If it's an executable, it should attempt to download, or to ask the user
what they wish to do with it. If you right click on the link, what
happens? Are you presented with a choice of downloading or saving the
Another way to approach this is to create a page a person goes to, which
then contains the link on that page.
An example of this issue is this:
If you click on that link, depending upon how your browser is
configured, it will either attempt to display "gibberish", which is the
music file, OR it will spawn your favorite MP3 music player and play the
file. Alternately, you can point your mp3 player at that location, and
listen to the music file. It may depend upon how your browser is set to
handle the link.
Quote:> When you click on his link it
> opens the IE6 browser with "Page can't be displayed" Any input as to > > why.
If the file is not an HTML page, then the "page" is not a page, and of
course, it can't be displayed properly. Your browser can only display
HTML pages, not executables, compressed files, etc.
Earth - a subsidiary of Microsoft?