For some reason, now the PDF link doesn't work in Firefox on my computer. It works in Safari and Google Chrome, but not in FF. Totally works on my wifes Mac, just not mine.
The link is on my current site http://www.creativetroubleshooter.com/landho.htm Dunno how to make the link happen purely with muse/business catalyst. Paste the local file in the hyperlink box and no go. Seems to need a complete url.
I have cleared the cache and restarted FF several times to no avail. Latest FF update to blame?
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I tried opening your pdf file from the link that you have given above and it opened just fine (in Firefox).
It is not the issue with the link. It is a browser specific issue.
I see that the link, http://www.creativetroubleshooter.com/Images/padresume1.pdf requires adobe reader. It could be possible that when you updated the FF the adobe reader extension was removed. Try to install the adobe reader again and see if that helps.
There are two different links to a PDF file.
Which one were you expecting to be there?
The first one. Second one is a mistake. Going to fix it now. Reader was not installed in FF and, aside from some non related issues, should be good to go...I hope. Thanks a bunch for getting back to me!!! Now if I could only figure out how to replace the opening SWF with the Edge animation I created...
...Now if I could only figure out how to replace the opening SWF with the Edge animation I created...
Sorry. I never noticed the homepage. Whether you have Flash or an HTML5 animation, you may want to rethink an "opening". Those are internet black holes. The practice of such an opening went extinct about a decade ago. Neither your current site or your new Muse site is going to pull in new clients from search engines. You may want to hire a specialist in web design and marketing.
I know, but this is strictly a portfolio. There will be a mess of searchable text et al when I'm finished. Still very much a work in progress. The other site is at least 12 years old and neglected for years. Somehow seem to have managed to get plenty of business, which is why nothing has been done. Never really thought of it, but maybe I should get one of my web and marketing buddies to lend me a hand. Thanks for the critique. Much appreciated!
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