The PHP script works on Apache web servers for all kind of files. I have used this script for file downloads bigger than 500MB.
readfile($filename); ?> With this, you would need to name the script something.php and when you click on the something.php link, you would then download the something.doc.
Sure, use a Content-disposition header. Header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="filetodownload.jpg"'); If you wish to provide a default filename, but not automatic download, this seems to work.
Single quotes do not interpolate variables in PHP. You have also failed to properly terminate the string, probably due to putting more single quotes inside it. Try: Header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="'.$_SESSION['name'].'.txt"'); Kolink also points out that you should use...
The SELECT menu shows all uploaded files and after a file is selected, the PHP download script will open the file and sends the data to your web browser.
PHP saves the uploaded file with a temporary name and save the name in$_FILES[‘userfile’][‘tmp_name’].
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x Create a php file called download.php (or any other name you prefer) and put the following code inside the file
Update download.php with your desired settings for base downloads folder, downloads log file name, allowed file types. Use following syntax for downloads: download.php?f=FileName.
When i am downloading a file from my uploads folder it always downloads a file named download.htm even though in the folder there is a txt file. Anyone knows whats the problem? My upload.php.