Next in this Adding Content to Your WordPress Site lesson we are going to talk about adding PDFs to your pages. Something that is brand-new in WordPress 4.7 is the ability to preview PDF files. Let’s take a look. You can see this pdf has images already in it. If I wanted to I could
So far you’ve learned how to insert images into your WordPress 3.9 pages and how to add video to your pages. Now we’re going to turn to the subject of adding PDFs to your WordPress pages. This is a type of media that you're not going to be placing on your page using the media
While we’re waiting for the video to resolve in the Amazon S3 video folder so we can set permissions, we’re going to set and add links to these files on our website. We’re going to start off with a PDF link and go to our Properties. John’s website is hynotherapypartners.com and the way he has
Amazon S3 is essentially your hard drive in the cloud, it's a place where you can store and serve files for your website inexpensively and securely. In this seminar we go through all the basics of using Amazon S3. We cover the details of configuring User Permissions for a solopreneur and for a typical small business. We discuss the file system and show how to set yours up and how to set Permissions. We finish by showing how to add links to files and how to have them download rather than open.
This member asks how to create a link that opens up a PDF file in the viewer’s web browser. I demonstrate how to use the Insert Media function of the Media Library to insert the PDF file link. We then discuss reasons why this may not always work and look at the settings within the