Whenever I click on the download link it just shows me a page of code. I tried in IE8, IE9, FireFox, Chrome, Safari, Opera... In all of them it does this. Why?
Why is this a problem? This is the default behavior of most browsers. If you need a copy of the .js or .css file, just go to
About MIME types
When you request a file from a web server, the server sends a MIME type header that indicates the type of the file. (When you request a file from an FTP server, there is no MIME type sent, so browsers use the file extension to tell what type the file is.) Typically a browser uses the MIME type to decide how to handle the file. If there's no MIME type available, it uses the file extension.
Opera lets you see all of the MIME types and extensions it knows about and lets you modify how it handles them. Other browsers often show simpler lists.
Checking the MIME type
If you change the MIME type action, but the browser's action doesn't change, the web server may be sending a different MIME type then expected. If the browser is displaying the file in the browser window, you can check the MIME type as follows:
If the MIME type looks like a correct alternative you weren't aware of, you can modify or add it in Opera's file type list.
If the MIME type is wrong or not specific enough (for example, if