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Thanks Raul! The following HTML hosted on example. Marcelo Sampaio 17 Nov Reply. PDFObject allows you to specify dimensions via the options parameter. Here are some of the most common use cases for PDFObject. Also, my answer is correct.
I went to the preferences, and changed the entry for PDFs to "Use Reader default ", and it opened a link I selected in a separate Reader window as it should Then I changed it back to "Preview In handlers. Your instinct to turn it off and back on again is something that helped another user earlier this month.
That is always worth a try before trashing handlers. It didn't help. The other day I changed the Downloads setting to 'always ask where to save'.
Then today I opened another FCC file from the link in their daily digest. I got asked where to save the file. If the action for PDF is still set to 3 in handlers. One possibility is the site intentionally instructed Firefox to treat the file as a download.
Sites can bypass inline in browser viewing by setting Content-Disposition: Example of that:. I don't know why the FCC would do that unless it was the type of document that should be opened in a more sophisticated viewer e.
The Content-Disposition in. You could use the download property in your link anchor like so: However, it is not currently supported in IE or Safari as per this link Source: Kristian Kristian 2, 8 Documentation for the attribute because it has some cool features.
It's too bad IE is stubborn. It is also so bad Chrome limits the attribute for same domain and same port: Thanks but doesn't answer the question about how I, as a webmaster, can make sure that is the behaviour for users who haven't set this Chrome preferences setting.
But nice of you to answer: Chirag Chirag 35 1 2 8. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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PDFObject is not a rendering engine. Note that PDF. The toolbar is controlled by the browser, and will vary widely from browser to browser Chrome versus Safari versus Firefox, etc. Some of these browsers provide the ability to show or hide the toolbar, or a feature such as the search field, via PDF Open Parmeters. However, in general the browsers do NOT provide any mechanism for customizing the toolbar. If you really need to customize the toolbar, try forking Mozilla's PDF. The assumption is that you are specifying a valid URL and the network is functioning normally.
As mentioned above, these parameters are not widely supported. Back to top. If you find issues or would like to share your own testing results, please post an issue in GitHub. See below for details.
Returns true or false based on detection of navigator. For those who wish to target PDF.
Read below for more details. The heart of PDFObject, the embed method provides a ton of functionality and flexibility. See Examples for specific code examples and functioning demos. Any number entered here will cause the PDF be opened to the specified page number if the browser supports it. If left unspecified, the PDF will open on page 1.