June 24, 2013 at 9:37 am #9255
Hi. I may have already posted this question – but I can’t find where I posted it – so apologies!
I have PDF Stamper, eStore and eMember.
I want to be able to use my own button for a member to download a pdf that gets stamped.
I can see how to do it using a ‘shortcode’ button in WordPress.
But is there a way to stamp pdf’s using my own button? (ie a picture I upload to WordPress where I put my own href in to make it into a button)?
Many thanks.June 24, 2013 at 1:55 pm #56300wzpModerator
Are you trying to skip the emailing of the stamped PDF download link and go straight from the button click to a stamped PDF download?
Under “Additional Product Details” there is a setting for specifying your own Download button image.June 24, 2013 at 6:12 pm #56301
Hi wzp. Thanks for the links. I can see what you are saying.
The thing is, I have an image map. Its an html page with a large image with lots of html co-ordinates on it – each co-ordinate has its own href url – ie each co-ordinate is effectively a button.
So I don’t know how to take one of those co-ordinates (which is buried in the html page), and tell eStore to use that as my button for the pdf!!
It could be that I’m trying to be too ambitious here! What do you think?June 24, 2013 at 8:32 pm #56302wzpModerator
I understand, what you’re trying to do. One way, if the regions are of a uniform size, is to breakup the map into a grid of individual images; that form the overall map. The regions that are “hot” would be specified as buttons, and the rest would simply be rendered.
Another approach, if you are willing to “run with scissors,” is to code a receiving URL page that would accept a query string representing the various hotspots on your map. Based on the query string, the receiving URL would “fire off” the desired download function. You’d then specify the receiving URL with appropriate query string in your href code.June 25, 2013 at 4:44 pm #56303
Hi wzp – many thanks for your great tips (now I get why you are called Tips & Tricks!!). I’ll have a play with this.
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