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struggling to tie in PDFs with buttons on site


jacobjohn7

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Any help appreciated... thanks/
Im on dreamweaver and used the target icon to drag to the file which I place in my local directory. linked it, but then when i click on it then it doenst display.
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John

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must be uploaded to the server along with everything else. A good way of working is to create a separate directory in your web - call it pdf, or something of your choice - and then create a link to it.

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jacobjohn7

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HI, was dragging the target link to the pdf file which i have uploaded, works with one instance, and then on another page, same procedure, but doesnt work, i find these inconsistancies frustrating! anyway, thanks for advice, will put a folder for pdfs. cheers.

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to an individual pdf file in your new folder.

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