Thank you Bob..
A few questions. Should that work in preview mode on my desktop? When I just did it, I clicked on my link and nothing... But I hadn't uploaded it to the ipad
So I put the pdf into a folder I named HTMLResources, and then I zipped it. Is that correct?In my go to url, I named it http://HTMLResources.zip/myPDF.pdf
Is that correct?
Not sure what I am doing wrong. I tried dropping the html:// before hand and when I click on the link, I get nothing. When I put the http:// back in I at least get a pop up window, bu tthen it says can't be opened because of an error. A Server with specified hostname could not be found"
Could there be another problem?
Did you upload the HTMLResources.zip file in the folio? See this article for detailed instructions:
Thank you. I redid the HTMLResources.zip exactly as you said just now. zipped the actual pdf, then changed the name of the .zip fi
updates it, etc, and took off the http:// and still when I try it on the PDF, I get nothing....
I tried uploading the resources.zip through folio builder and through the folio producer, each time testing first on the ipad.
MyPDF.pdf is the name of the file. I dropped it on the stuffit icon and it made a .zip file of it MyPDF.pdf.zip. I then just changed that name to HTMLResources.zip, so the inside PDF would be the root...
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