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Hi! i would like for the visitors on my site to be able to download a pdf file. I have tried to enable it as a hyperlink but it doesn't work. So, my question is, how am i supposed to do it?
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Hi! i would like for the visitors on my site to be able to download a pdf file. I have tried to enable it as a hyperlink but it doesn't work. So, my question is, how am i supposed to do it?
..I did this on
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..I used a .PDF icon as a link-

click the Inspector down in your Iweb window, click on the link- icon within the top bar of the inspector- Choose 'link to a file' and choose-

..That should do it..

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Well, that's whats weird about it cuz that's exactly what I did!
do i have to save the pdf somewhere spec. on my computer for it to work or something?
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Well, that's whats weird about it cuz that's exactly what I did!
do i have to save the pdf somewhere spec. on my computer for it to work or something?
You need to upload your pdf file somewhere, and then link to from your iWeb page.

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As far as I know, Iweb takes care of this itself..
But yes, the files should end up in the online folder where the other files belonging to this page are.
See what happens if you play with this in 'uploading' to a local folder..

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