Here is what I want to do ultimately.
That 303 is goes to a custom 404 error page and the error page checks to see what the 303 is. If it is a number it sends it deep within the site to a page that handles these numbers for a database.
Now, Internet Explorer interpreted my coldfusion template as being a text file and displayed all the text. Firefox give me the firefox application/octet-stream do you want to open error.
This works fine in Internet explorer all clean and dandy.
However, any page that mozilla/firefox/netscape would go to gets the "do you want to open or save the file" of type firefox application/octet-stream
If I add an .htm to the end of the 303 it says "do you want to open or save the file" of type .htm
It seems like firefox won't even accept any redirect page for whatever reason unless it is plain an simple.
Basically, I'm thinking this is a security protection in these browsers that I can't get around, but I don't know.
Thanks for your help!