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HTML link to download documents

Posted on 2013-10-25
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I need to update a webpage that contains a link to a document on the website.
When you click on the link it will prompt to download the first document (FirstForm.doc).
This link is setup to only download 1 document. Is there a way I can have it prompted to download 2 additional documents (SecondForm.doc, and ThirdForm.doc).  The code is below.  Thanks for any help.

<div class="museBGSize clearfix grpelem" id="u576"><!-- group -->
     <div class="clearfix grpelem" id="u577-4"><!-- content -->
      <p><span style="text-decoration: none"><font color="#FFFFFF">
		<a href="First%20Form.doc"><font color="#FFFFFF">
		<span style="text-decoration: none">Rider<br>
		Form</span></font></a></font></span></p>
     </div>
    </div>

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Not at the same time.  You would need three separate download links.
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ok, that is what I suspected.  Thanks.
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