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    Twayne
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    Default Unable to get PDF files to work on my site - at all.

    Hi Guys,

    Silly thing here, but I'm lost. I cannot figure a way to get .PDF files so
    the surfers to my site can view or open them in Adobe. I know I've done it
    before, long ago, but nothing remains that'll show me how to do it! Google
    came close, but no brass ring.

    When I check NOF 11 Help, it's specific about plug-ins being needed and says
    to go to Plug-Ins and plug-ins; but when I click on plug-ins nothing happens
    where Help says I'll get a dialog box to fill in and then goes on to useing
    pictures for links; really not much help. Can't find anything helpful here
    in the archives, either. So I'm hoping you can help.

    What kind of file transfer? 'Internal' or "files"? I thought "files" links
    but couldn't get anything to work there either. I'm blowing big zeroes all
    over the place here.

    Can anyone help me down this pyrite road? Please?

    I'm well versed in computer use and applications, so I'm surprised this has
    me so stumped. I'm not tryiing to violate any server space or anything like
    that, so I thin k the problem is here at home.
    I also have FileZilla which is a big help, but nothing to solve this
    issue with.
    HOW do I get .pdf files so users can see/load them as long as they have
    Adobe or similar pdf readers?

    Any advice would be most appreciated! TIA

    Regards,

    Twayne`



  2. #2
    Twayne
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    Default Re: BELAY THAT! Unable to get PDF files to work on my site - at all.

    Belay that request. Turns out I was over-anxious. The "trick" is to choose
    a "file" link, not "internal file" link for PDFs, supply proper anchors,
    then do the linkiing per "file", and you're all set. I KNEW the NOF-11 Help
    was frogged up or purposely incomplete!

    Best Regards,

    Twayne`



    In news:k8qlf5$vgd$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com,
    Twayne <nobody@spamcop.net> typed:
    > Hi Guys,
    >
    > Silly thing here, but I'm lost. I cannot figure a way to
    > get .PDF files so the surfers to my site can view or open
    > them in Adobe. I know I've done it before, long ago, but
    > nothing remains that'll show me how to do it! Google came
    > close, but no brass ring.
    > When I check NOF 11 Help, it's specific about plug-ins
    > being needed and says to go to Plug-Ins and plug-ins; but
    > when I click on plug-ins nothing happens where Help says
    > I'll get a dialog box to fill in and then goes on to
    > useing pictures for links; really not much help. Can't
    > find anything helpful here in the archives, either. So
    > I'm hoping you can help.
    > What kind of file transfer? 'Internal' or "files"? I
    > thought "files" links but couldn't get anything to work
    > there either. I'm blowing big zeroes all over the place
    > here.
    > Can anyone help me down this pyrite road? Please?
    >
    > I'm well versed in computer use and applications, so I'm
    > surprised this has me so stumped. I'm not tryiing to
    > violate any server space or anything like that, so I thin
    > k the problem is here at home. I also have FileZilla
    > which is a big help, but nothing to solve this issue with.
    > HOW do I get .pdf files so users can see/load them as
    > long as they have Adobe or similar pdf readers?
    >
    > Any advice would be most appreciated! TIA
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Twayne`





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