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  • habreu
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    Originally posted by Bruce - PhosphorMedia View Post
    I think your best bet is to use Miva's download feature...set the price as 0, and allow '0' price to bypass checkout...at least you can get them to a "product" page. The download link is encrypted and therefore cannot be linked to directly.
    I'll take a look as I am not familiar with this feature.

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  • Bruce - PhosphorMedia
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    I think your best bet is to use Miva's download feature...set the price as 0, and allow '0' price to bypass checkout...at least you can get them to a "product" page. The download link is encrypted and therefore cannot be linked to directly.

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  • htaccess > loading remote accessed PDF's into iframe?

    I have a handful of PDF's on our site that get a significant amount of hits but people are accessing them directly. I was wondering if it was possible to use htaccess to rewrite those requests so that the pdf is served with a simple store page with a link to the file rather than the bare file which does nothing for us. This way I could put an invitation to see what else we have or show any special offers and maybe we'd convert a few of those folks into customers.
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