PDF is an easy way to provide detailed information to your viewers. While adding a PDF link saves lots of space, users get a chance to download useful information easily. This is the reason you get to see PDFs on only a few websites. A PDF can be embedded in a theme or even a template. It is a matter of just a few minutes. We will show you two easy methods. Either you can use a plugin or can embed the PDF directly. Both the ways are covered in detail here.
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And that is PDF. This can be a deal-breaker for most users who are cautious of the files they download to computers. Thankfully, there is a workaround to this problem. As always, you can use a third-party WordPress plugin to easily embed your PDF files in posts and pages. You can use it to create and provide more insight and value to your audience. If you want to give readers a chance to view a sample of your books, you can use PDF embeds to embed them directly on your website. Or maybe you have a coaching website, a training program, or an educational website where you share assignments with your students.
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WordPress enables you to upload a wide variety of content types, including videos, images, and audio files. By default, uploading a PDF file to a WordPress page or post will display a link that can either be used to download the file or open it in a new browser tab. This file will be presented as a link that visitors can either click on to download the PDF or open it in a new browser tab.