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How to make Safari and IE download image instead of opening in a new page? Ask Question. So what is a simple and effective workflow to handle this with Safari and IE browsers? Jooooooooohn 60 3 Sakari Niittymaa Sakari Niittymaa 1 1 8. Change the headers that are served with the image. RichBradshaw Thanks for the fast answer! Now I got the clue, like electrictoolbox. No, the download attribute is pretty new, and isn't supported in html link safaris places. More specifically, see caniuse.
The standards-based alternative is to add a Content-Disposition: Are you working on an Apache server? If so, you can just add this to your. YakovL 3, 10 25 Nick Kuznia Nick Kuznia 1, 9 Actually this is best answer for now, because I'm using Apache server in this case.
I would love to have an answer that doesn't involve the server, because I'm trying to have the client download a base64 image instead of opening it, and base64 would not interact with Apache. Wouldn't that allow users to download ANY file? They can't download anything they wouldn't already be able to download. It doesn't change any permissions. Html link safaris merely html link safaris one attribute in the response Content Disposition.
Even though the HTML5 validator says aise na dekho raanjhanaa mp3 a video inside an anchor is valid for the time beingI would consider a video to be interactive content, but I can't find anything that specifically lists which element in HTML5 are considered "interactive content.
If it is valid: This appears to just be a browser compatibility issue. Previously, block-level content which would include the video element was not allowed within anchors. Safari may just have bugs or implementation issues concerning block-level content at the moment, which may even be specific to the video element.
You have to remember that HTML5 is still new and in development, you're bound to run across some weird glitches and issues somewhere. Try filing a bug report with Safari. Either way, I would consider placing a video inside an anchor as bad practice, in personal opinion.
Good luck. I got a simple video to work for me on Safari 5. If you remove the poster attribute, it works fine on Safari. I kept your code the html link safaris same except for removing the poster attribute except for a smaller width and fully qualifying the src so it would play, neither of which affected the outcome.
Well it's a work around. I'm actually trying to get a clickable button on top of the video. Tying to get div's to overlap is one way I guess. Thanks though, it helped. Another Video Demo: ThinkingStiff ThinkingStiff Interesting, I wonder if it's the js video. Ant Found html link safaris. Read my update. Yes, i found that out too after lengthly tryouts. It only does that on this page though, so it's a the combination link tag and poster attribute. Thanks for the help, it html link safaris a great help.