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I am looking for a FTP avoiding solution to easily upload a file (like a PDF) to a CMS page.

I did find a module for this but $48 for such an easy task is quite a lot.

Isn't there a better way?

Basically you only need to add a uplodify button and past the link into the CMS editor. Maybe someone has extended the editor before and can give me a hint how to do that?

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You can add the following XML to a module's config.xml allowing files with the pdf extension to be uploaded through the picture upload.

<adminhtml>
    <cms>
        <browser>
            <extensions>
                <allowed>
                    <pdf>1</pdf>
                </allowed>
                <image_allowed>
                    <pdf>1</pdf>
                </image_allowed>
            </extensions>
        </browser>
    </cms>
</adminhtml>
  • osam @alex I Learn some thing new Thanks :) – Keyul Shah Feb 12 '14 at 14:20
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If you mention in your question you just only want PDF Then you can upload do one thing.

1) Upload on Images on cloud or Google Drive or Drop Box or any other free upload service provider.

2) Just take the link of that url in and In cms page using <a> Tag.

3) This is an example.

<a href="http://gradcollege.okstate.edu/sites/default/files/PDF_linking.pdf" target="_blank">test</a>

4) Save your Page and run your CMS page.

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    True, that would work but that is not something you can do for a professional shop. Uploading it somewhere else because Magento does not have a upload button feels kind of wrong. – PiTheNumber Feb 12 '14 at 8:57
  • or you can develop one extension separately and display front end side. – Keyul Shah Feb 12 '14 at 8:59
  • @user2434 in future if there is requirement then I will used this – Keyul Shah Mar 17 '15 at 11:07

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