Force download won't work

Does your hosting provider have a “control panel” of some sort that you can log into, where you can adjust your server settings? That’s where I would start, look for any settings to do with PHP or MySQL and see what’s enabled there. Without knowing what your server does, nothing else I can do from outside the server will help me figure out why this isn’t working for you.

Walter

On May 18, 2019, at 7:33 PM, Marcus Do Carmo email@hidden wrote:

Hi everyone,

I’m working on a website and decided to use the action “Force Download PHP” to download a document. I’m not sure I did it correctly. I linked the PDF file to the action and also enter a space before and after the action to add some style, but when you click on it, it won’t download the file or do anything.

On preview it says “Upload your site to a PHP enabled server to run this script”. To tell you the true I have no idea.

I even try to save the page as PHP instead of html and nothing…I’m sure it’s something I am missing

The button “DOWNLOAD” is just under the menu "BIO:

Many thanks in advance,

Marcus

http://www.plusartgraphics.com/test/daniellamass/


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