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I'm working on a website and I'm coding it with HTML. I uploaded my files to my .mac name and then forwarded my GoDaddy domain to that address. It works fine with Safari and IE, but for some reason when I try to open it with FireFox it says 'You are about to open index.html, would you like to open or save?' If anyone knows how to fix this I would greatly appreciate it.
Heres the site. Dearworth Design
(It's nowhere near done, I just started)
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Strange,

Do you have the same problem when you acces it indirectly? Like instead of going to <yourdomain>.com/index.htm linking to <yourdomain>.com?
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Hmm, I'm not sure what you mean. It says the same thing when I go to
michaeldearworth.com and when I go directly to my .mac file. Ex. web.mac.com/mdearworth/index.html
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Hmm, I'm not sure what you mean. It says the same thing when I go to
michaeldearworth.com and when I go directly to my .mac file. Ex. web.mac.com/mdearworth/index.html
Yes, that was what I meant. I don't know what it could be.

I've created websites, but I don't use Firefox so I've never seen this problem before.

Although this person seems to be having the same problem: Firefox will not automatically open htm for me. &bull; mozillaZine Forums
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Alright, thanks for the help.
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