Note that older browsers (like FF3.5, Ch5) don't honor the file name you provide, instead they automatically name the downloaded file. This specification is currently being implemented by browsers. link Build from GitNote: To just use the latest work-in-progress version of jQuery, please try the jQuery Pre-Release Build described above. The Microsoft Developer Resources site makes available virtual machines for testing many different versions of Internet Explorer. http://divxvar.com/download-file/js-download-file-from-url.html
Max URI length in IE8 is 32KB. Jquery Download File From Url Download the compressed, production jQuery 3.1.1 Download the uncompressed, development jQuery 3.1.1 Download the map file for jQuery 3.1.1 You can also use the slim version: Download the compressed, production jQuery Sometimes using Back triggers a new load of the page you just left.
Bug tracker Have a bug? You can get the complete script tag, including Subresource Integrity attribute, by visiting https://code.jquery.com and clicking on the version of the file that you want to use. I have tested, it can working in IE, Chrome, Firefox. –muthukumar Sep 22 at 9:11 add a comment| up vote 14 down vote You can do it with "trick" with invisible his comment is here Also the Edge 13 implementations is buggy because the name of the file is ignored and instead you get a file with an id as the name. –David Feb 17 at
Thanks for the link and information. I will leave it to the OP to decide if it was helpful - –Mark Jul 23 '12 at 21:33 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote This is what