In this video, I show you how to add a one click wordPress PDF download Using Divi.

If you’ve never considered offering content as PDFs, you definitely should! PDFs enable you to package together your site’s most compelling content, and offer it to readers in a concise, easily accessible format.


    28 replies to "How to Add a One Click WordPress PDF Download Using Divi"

    • Dynamic Video Coach

      But I don't see how you are obtaining email subscribers from this demo.

    • Bella Dodds

      THANK YOU!! So helpful!

    • Courtney - (go to Grayson - Loves Mario Bros)

      How do I take this a step further and require their email address before the download?

    • Noah Westbury

      i just watched this for no reason lol pretty ifastiantinaing

    • Sr Josephine Xuereb

      Thanks for your formative YouTubes! Please how do you copy & print protect the uploaded PDF? Thanks

    • Rushikesh Patil

      Can you tell me how to add JSON LD code in WordPress using divi theme

    • Michelle Harris

      Great help.

    • Suren Singh

      Hello, thanks for your tips. when i add the link . my downloads start automatically. i want it open first in the new tap . how to do that ? please help

    • Adha Shah

      It's mobile friendly?

    • tech globe

      hey I want to make a force download, as soon as the page loads it downloads the pdf, please help ?

    • Energia Feng Shui

      But, It doesn´t download automatic either. This tutorial is incomplete.

    • Anill Patel

      That's great. Your videos are so well presented. Thank you.

    • Evelyn Dye

      I just want to say Thank You for theses videos I am not a web designer by any means, but your videos are helping me get it done.

    • Karlis Treijs

      How to make the same thing, but ask to submit clients e-mail first?

    • Brave Your Day

      Excellent !! Thank you for your simple and clear video 🙂

    • Upper West Side Copy Center

      Hi! I watch your video all the time and they are very helpful. Thank you for that. But currently I am working on a event registration on my website and created a pdf with a clickable hyperlink. When I click on the link it takes me to the site my guest needs to be but as soon as I upload the same pdf to the wordpress the link doesn't work anymore. I uploaded the pdf as a link on one my page. Once I click on the link my pdf opens up but the hyperlink within the pdf doesn't work. Please help me if you know the answer.
      thanks in advanced.

    • Karen Stringfellow

      very helpful. Thanks : )

    • emiliano ricci

      Sorry… just a question: Is it possible to allow anyone to upload a pdf file?…
      exactly the opposite of what you have explained thanks alot

    • Sun Rei

      Great tutorials. Clear, concise and to the point. Cheers chum ^^

    • Your Customers Shoes

      This was incredibly helpful. I could not figure out how to insert a simple pdf properly.Thank you for posting.

    • Mo Perkins

      Thank You. I managed to do it after watching this. I'd already watched about 4 other videos but not really been able to do it. It helps that I have the Divi theme I guess.

    • babelbear

      Thanks, mate. Your video is the first to clearly show how and where to copy the correct URL for the PDF you uploaded in media.Tried and failed for half an hour til I found your video. Clear, concise, just what a tutorial needs to be.

    • Delaine Allen

      I assume you can have downloadable content on a password protected page?

    • Mark Hickman

      nice tutorial, you talk about building your mailing list, but know mention of having to complete a form before downloading the PDF, any clues on that please 🙂

    • sumbal khan

      Thanks alot

    • Cristina Rojas Bozovich

      This does NOT explain how do you lock the content!!!! There is no exchange of email ! How do you lock the content?????

    • Indian playschools

      Thank you. It worked

    • healthsongs

      Fantastic. I did it without my IT guy. Ta mate, you're awesome!!

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