How to Make an HTML Link to a PDF

Summary of “How to Make an HTML Link to a PDF”

Websites are a great way to share information, such as signup sheets, announcements, and newsletters, with those visiting your site.  When you have created a Word file or PDF document that you would like to share, you don’t need to re-type all your information onto your website.  You can simply link your document to your web page!

This may sound difficult, but it is really quite easy once you know how to do it. This video, created by Paul at OurChurch.Com, will give you easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for How to make an HTML link to a PDF or Word doc.

Linking to a PDF in HTML code:
First, Paul will show you how to link the PDF when your website is created in html code. He will show you how to find your anchor tag and how to create the path to your document.  He will also show you how to name the document on your webpage. The name is what your reader will see first, and then click on, to get to your document.

Linking to a PDF in the NE1 Web Builder:
Next, Paul will demonstrate how to link the document for those using the NE1 Web builder, created by OurChurch.Com.  It is even easier to link documents to your webpage when using the NE1 Web builder.  The video will show you how to do it with a few simple drop-down menus and clicks on your computer.

By watching this 2 minute video, you can learn how to link your document to your webpage, and save yourself a ton of time down the road.  No need to ever retype information onto your blog again!

If you would like to create a website using a web builder that makes it as easy to link to a PDF as NE1 does, please click one of the links below and get started.

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Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, elder of CypressMeadows.org, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck and add him to your circles at Google+ as .

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