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Enbed_pdf - How to use it?

How to use enbed_pdf in your Joomla articles?

 

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Login into your Joomla backend and go to "Extensions" >> "Install/Uninstall",
click the "Browse" button and select the plg_enbed_pdf_vXXX.zip, which you
have downloaded, before. You now, should see the path to enbed_pdf zipfile at
the textfield. Now, click the "Upload File & Install" button.

 

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After a short time, you should see "Install Plugin Success" result and a short
info about enbed_pdf at the bottom of the comment.
Enbed_pdf is now installed on your Joomla page.

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Next step is, we have to enable enbed_pdf at your Joomla installation.
To do that, at the menu, go to "Extensions" >> "Plugin Manager".
You will see a list of all installed plugins.

 

As you can see at the red mark, on right site of the above screenshot,
Enbed_pdf is not enabled, yet. Click on the Enbed_pdf's name
to edit the configuration.

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To enable Enbed_pdf, click on "Yes" at the "Enabled" section on left
side of the Edit window.
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To use Enbed_pdf, you can use just the default settings.
Click on "Apply", or "Save" at the right upper corner.
If you clicked "Save", you will come back to the plugin list.
If you would like to do further settings in Enbed_pdf ,just click
on "Apply" and go forward with configuration.

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Enbed_pdf is enabled and we now can start using Enbed_pdf in a Joomla article.
Please click at the top menu "Content" >> "Article Manager" and open a new article,
or select an article, where you would like to use Enbed_pdf.

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 or 

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The Joomla article will open and we now can setup/edit the article.

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Click in your article, where you would like to show your pdf.
Add a string same as at the below screenshot in your article.
At least, if is just enough to write the path of pdf in
between the  mark. Enbed_pdf will then use the default settings,
which you can edit in backend of your Joomla page, at the
plugin section >> Enbed_pdf.

If you like to set "height:", "width:", the used "app:", or other options
for your pdf file, you are free to add such settings, separated with an "|" symbol.
All options have to be set with an ":" between the option name and the value of it.
Any other symbol will have no effect of the option!

 

The following options can be set with Enbed_pdf.

Option
Explanation Compatible
height: Sets the height of a pdf Adobe Reader & G-Viewer
width: Sets the width of a pdf Adobe Reader & G-Viewer
app: Sets the used viewer for the pdf file  
toolbar: (0=disabled, 1=enabled) Show Adobe Reader
toolbar, or not.
Only Adobe Reader
nav: (0=disabled, 1=enabled) Show Adobe Reader
navpanel, or not.
Only Adobe Reader
scroll: (0=disabled, 1=enabled) Show Adobe Reader
scrollbar, or not.
Only Adobe Reader
search: (0=disabled, 1=enabled) Show Adobe Reader
search window, or not
Only Adobe Reader
page: Add page number to go direct to page.
Sample: ..|page:54|app:google
Only Google viewer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


How to for using Enbed_pdf displaying Google Documents
(functionallity integrated from Enbed_pdf v1.8)

Open the Google document, you ould like to display on your Joomla Webpage.
Click on the "Share" button on right upper corner. There, click on "Share Online".
You will see a button called "Start sharing". Click it and close the setting-window.

At the document, you want to share, now look at the link of it. It is something like this:

....docs.google.com/document/d/1XchU8klDwWUczvpTVVIvUBUOw/edit?hl=us#

Now mark and copy the 1XchFhCByU8klDwWUczvpTVVIvUBUOw part.
Just paste this part into Enbed_pdf string at your Joomla article.
It have to look like this:

Sample:
[pdf}1XchU8klDwWUczvpTVVIvUBUOw|height:600|width:400|page:7|app:gdoc

 

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