Trying to add a pdf and midi file beneath text

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Hi. I am very new to this site, and am using it to put online Orthodox Church Music. I am now attempting to type in the generic name of a hymn (Resurrectional Hymn) then beneath that upload the link (from my files on my computer) to both the pdf file and the midi file of that piece of music, but am not sure how to do this at all. Please help. Thanks!!!
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Michael Dykes

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Michael Dykes

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When I use slideshow and embed the pdf, and then copy the html code directly underneath the name of the hymn, I just get the code, and not the link.

Also, I still have no idea on how to do the same for midi files.
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Hello Michael

How to add the PDF
I'd suggest that you use our File Widget which you can find in the "Basic" folder of the Widget Menu. Drag and drop this widget onto your page and add your PDF file by newly uploading it or choosing it from your File Manager if already uploaded.

How to add a midi file
As midi files are not friendly across all browsers, I'd recommend that you convert your midi files to mp3 files first, and then add them using our MP3 Widget which can be found in the "Multimedia" folder of the Widget Menu. Here is a free online tool to convert your .mid files to .mp3: Free File Converter.

Once done, you can place a Text Widget above both elements and add the name of the hymn.
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Adding a pdf page, insert a new blank pdf page at the end of the original pdf document without affecting the rest of document pages. I didn' t use the Adobe pdf reader, but a professional pdf document library.