• Using HTML, how do I create a download link (not a simple "href" link-to)?

    For example, I want to have a pay-button such as PayPal, and then I want the file to be downloaded onto the user's computer. Paypal have the option to load a page after payment, so was thinking I could use that but I don't know how to create a download for when this page loads up. I have also seen sites such as E-Junkie or PayLoadz but... show more
    For example, I want to have a pay-button such as PayPal, and then I want the file to be downloaded onto the user's computer. Paypal have the option to load a page after payment, so was thinking I could use that but I don't know how to create a download for when this page loads up. I have also seen sites such as E-Junkie or PayLoadz but I want to be able to do this myself without the middle-man. Suggestions appreciated.
    2 answers · Programming & Design · 8 years ago
  • About Apple Mac's Boot Camp...?

    I have recently installed Windows 7 using Boot Camp on my iMac, which runs OS X 10.5 (or Leopard), although 7 is not officially supported on Leopard's Boot Camp. Would I have any complications in upgrading to Snow Leopard (10.6) since I have already installed Windows?
    I have recently installed Windows 7 using Boot Camp on my iMac, which runs OS X 10.5 (or Leopard), although 7 is not officially supported on Leopard's Boot Camp. Would I have any complications in upgrading to Snow Leopard (10.6) since I have already installed Windows?
    1 answer · Other - Computers · 10 years ago
  • New Blasphemy Law in the Republic of Ireland?

    What exactly does this law entail?
    What exactly does this law entail?
    4 answers · Other - Politics & Government · 10 years ago
  • Kids being told to change their GAA shirts in Tesco?

    In Antrim, Northern Ireland. These kids were packing bags to raise money for their club, and customers complained because they didn't support this or took offense, including UUP councillor Adrian Watson. The GAA is an all-island community organisation. Protestants are as welcome to take part as Catholics. There is no cause for... show more
    In Antrim, Northern Ireland. These kids were packing bags to raise money for their club, and customers complained because they didn't support this or took offense, including UUP councillor Adrian Watson. The GAA is an all-island community organisation. Protestants are as welcome to take part as Catholics. There is no cause for offense. Are we not supposed to be moving past this? Thoughts?
    6 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 1 decade ago