im Adobe-Forum steht übrigens folgendes dazu:
Q - How can I make a link so that the file will download instead of displaying in the browser?
A - If your web server is an Apache server you can do this using an .htaccess file.
You should place all files that you want to be downloaded into one directory. You should then create a file in Notepad or another text-only editor with the following contents:
AddType unknown/nothing jpg
AddType unknown/nothing pdf
Save as .htaccess and upload to the same directory as the files you wish to be downloadable.
The "unknown/nothing" is an invented mime type name that doesn't really exist, and is used because of a bug in IE5. Any combination of words can be used, as long as it is not a real mime type. But "unknown/nothing" is simple to remember, so you might as well use that.
The above two entries would cause both .jpg and .pdf files to be downloaded rather than viewed. By changing the file extension as above, any file-type including .txt and .html files can be saved to the user's drive rather than being viewed in the browser.
Contributed by: Len Hewitt
als Antwort auf: [#2812]