Method1 - Embed
Use: <EMBED src="/path/to/file" width="600" height="600" type=application/pdf href="/path/to/file"></EMBED> <NOEMBED>Your browser does not support embedded PDF files.</NOEMBED>
note: works in IE6, Firefox 1.5; add "href=" for netscape
Your browser does not support embedded PDF files. Open file by clicking here.
13predictions.pdf (62.89 KB)
<OBJECT CLASSID="clsid:CA8A9780-280D-11CF-A24D-444553540000" WIDTH="600" HEIGHT="600"> <PARAM NAME="SRC" VALUE="path/to/file"> <PARAM NAME="HREF" VALUE="path/to/file"> <EMBED SRC="path/to/file" HEIGHT="500" WIDTH="500" HREF="path/to/file"> <NOEMBED> Your browser does not support embedded PDF files. </NOEMBED> </EMBED> </OBJECT>
Note: Due to a bug in FreeTextBox (DasBlog's native editor) this approach works, briefly, until the post is edited which screws up the EMBED code.
Method6 - iframe
[Your browser does not support iframe,
or has been configured not to display inline frames.
You can access the document
via a link though.]
Method7 - ftp
A link to the file via an ftp site might open the file in the same window, a new window or offer an open/save dialog depending on the browser
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