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HTML: Need to download folder structure from website

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I need to have a user download and run a folder structure. It has been awhile since I have done HTML and I cannot remember the tag for a download.

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You cannot force a folder download via HTML.  Instead, zip the folder and link to the zip file and that will download.
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Just to add to what Jason said:

<a href="yourzipfile.zip">Name of file</a> is the code for the link.

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Thanks for the help
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