There are a couple of ways to achieve this. To link to a specific page by number use:
<a href="http://www.domain.com/file.pdf#page=3">Link text</a>
To link to a named location (destination) use:
<a href="http://www.domain.com/file.pdf#nameddest=TOC">Link text</a>
The RoboColum(n) @robocolumn Colum McAndrew
First off, a BIG thanks for the help.
I got the "page" tag to work just fine, the other example you provided seemed easy enough but it did not work.
The "destination" tag was a little more of a challengd as I did not know what destinations were in Acrobat.
After some poking in my PDF file, I found the functionality and this works GREAT as these do not appear as bookmarks.
Michael F Weart
For the life of me I can NOT get this to work. I've entered the info as indicated above into my dreamweaver layout and can't get the PDF to open to a bookmark, page or destination. I've tried with the PDF local in same folder as html and a remote file on a temporary web server. I've tried using all variations of the page, destination and bookmark tags in Safari, Firefox and Opera on the Mac. Can someone send me a sample of code that works and is LIVE so I can test and see it BEFORE replicating. Please, please, please.
Jumping to a page inside a PDF can be done for a URL But bookmarks cannot be used inside a URL. The trick is to use Named Destinations. Here's an example: