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March 31, 2008, 10:59 pm
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First off, i'm horrible at any type of HTML, so I approligise in
I am using this line of code to directly open up folders on a server.
The PC can open the folder and put files into it aswell as launch
files from this folder:
<td align=center >
<a target="_blank"href="\servername\Intranet$\sales">Sales Tools</a>
Simplistic, but for now it works.
I have some MAC machines(various OS) that are located offsite but that
connect via VPN that need to do the same thing as the PC machines.
They need to click a link, it opens a folder that they can launch or
send files to. How can I do this in basic html?
Note: I have no problem with them having to enter a username and
password to authenticate if there is a need..
Sorry for my lack of precision....I don't know HTML or the terminology
Re: HTML Folder View MAC/PC?
Approlegy not axepted. Ignorance is curable: just start learning HTML.
Do it before you try to use it.
For some odd values for "work". Not in World Wide Web terms.
This group is about HTML authoring for the World Wide Web.
Jukka K. Korpela ("Yucca")
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