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(PECL pecl_http:0.10.0-1.5.5)

HttpResponse::setContentDispositionSet content disposition


static bool HttpResponse::setContentDisposition ( string $filename [, bool $inline = FALSE ] )

Set the Content-Disposition. The Content-Disposition header is very useful if the data actually being sent came from a file or something similar, that should be "saved" by the client/user (i.e. by the browser's "Save as..." popup window).



the file name the "Save as..." dialog should display


if set to true and the user agent knows how to handle the content type, it will probably not cause the popup window to be shown

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

See Also

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