Linking to Pages or Destinations Within PDF for HTML
A common question that arises time and time again is “How can I make a link to a specific page or destination within a PDF from my webpage?” It is straightforward and a similar process to linking to any URL.
This is a simple method of linking that doesn’t require any editing of the original PDF document. It is the same as linking to any webpage. The first step is the same as the normal linking process, just copying the link
Making sure that the links are connected to the right places in your PDF is very important for usability and navigation.
Adobe Acrobat Pro 11 has a dead-link checker built in as standard, which will highlight all dead links on a page.
A better tool for this task can be found in Debenu PDF Aerialist, a powerful Adobe Acrobat plug-in. Contained in the ‘Link’ feature, reports can be generated for ‘Bad Actions’, ‘Bookmarks’, ‘All links’, ‘External Dependencies’, ‘Selected Link’, and Count Links’.
In addition to that audits can be generated on all links and bookmarks to find any broken link actions in the current PDF.
Article originally written by Dan Shea, for Adobe Acrobat 4, revised and edited for Adobe Acrobat 11
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