What is the Content-Disposition Header? (HTTP Save as, Email Attachment)


content-disposition is a:

that indicates to the user-agent (ie browser or email client) if the content (resource/body):


Php: How to indicate to the browser if the request should be downloaded

if ($download) {
  header('Content-Disposition: attachment;' . rfc2231_encode('filename', \dokuwiki\Utf8\PhpString::basename($orig)) . ';');
} else {
  header('Content-Disposition: inline;' . rfc2231_encode('filename', \dokuwiki\Utf8\PhpString::basename($orig)) . ';');

Email Attachment

The body of an email may be directly the attachment.


Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="images.zip"

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