In this this session we review how to access site files for your parish website, how to organize those files (including setting up naming conventions and a file structure), and how to safely delete...
Hotjar is a powerful all-in-one analytics and feedback tool that helps website owners and online businesses understand their users' behavior and optimize...
This session is for those parishes who have set up a new website through the Department of Internet Ministries. In this session, we familiarize you with the EVO CMS manager, the TinyMCE content...
Creating an enjoyable user experience is an important part of website management. One way to do this is by making sure that your website's images and files are properly optimized for your visitors....
Christmas the time when more "unchurched" people attend church services than any other holiday. It also happens to be the day when many of your own parishioners who you haven't seen in a while may...
IFrames are useful blocks of code which allow Site Administrators to include code from third-party websites onto their website. Examples of iframes you may want to use are Google Calendar, Google...
The homepage carousel on your website's homepage is used to help your parish display content visually on its website. Using a combination of images and text, it is easy to highlight announcements,...
This session is for those parishes who have set up a new website through the Department of Internet Ministries. In this session, we will familiarize you with the EVO CMS manager, the TinyMCE...
Christmas the time when more "unchurched" people attend church services than any other holiday. It also happens to be the day when many of your own parishioners who you haven't seen in a while may...
Logging on to the Manager Access your...
The Manager area is divided into 3 panels ...
The simple answer is yes! The longer answer is that you'll need to check with your calendar app to ensure it can be shared and published. Most companies...
To update existing content on the site: ...
The information cards are flexible content containers that serve as quick links to some of the more prominent or perhaps even the more frequently visited areas of your parish website.
A weblink is a resource item where the content is a link to a either a local or internal page on your own site or to an external site. Once created, weblinks can appear in your site's navigation.
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How to Compress a PDF

Why compress a PDF? 

As a way to save space on your website and to allow a positive user experience for all of your website visitors, we suggest that you compress PDFs down to no more than 2 MB in file size. The exact ideal file size will depend on the file itself. Some PDFs may compress down to 100 KB or less, while other PDFs may compress down to 300-800 KB.

Most automated compression tools will find a balance of quality and file size. After the PDF document is compressed, some aspects of it may appear in slightly lower quality than the original. For web-based content, this works out just fine. You would not want to compress a PDF that you plan to use for a high-quality printing. 

 

What if I need to provide a high-quality PDF to my site visitors? 

If it is necessary to provide a high-quality PDF to your site visitors (2MB+ in file size), we suggest that you consider using a CloudShare service like Dropbox or GoogleDrive and provide a public link to the file for download or by using a service like FlipHTML5 to display your PDF in an embedded flipbook format. 

Below, we provide you with three options (out of many) for compressing your PDFs. 


Adobe Acrobat Online Compress PDF (FREE)

  1. Visit https://www.adobe.com/acrobat/online/compress-pdf.html and follow the instructions to upload your file. 
  2. Select the level of compression that you would like for your file. 
  3. Once the compression is complete, select the option to download your PDF and save it to your computer. 

Acrobat Pro (Windows/Mac)

  1. Learn about compressing a PDF with the Acrobat Pro app by visiting Adobe's support site at https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/optimizing-pdfs-acrobat-pro.html

Preview (Mac)

  1. In the Preview app on your Mac, open the PDF.
  2. Choose File > Export.
  3. Click the Quartz Filter dropdown menu and choose Reduce File Size.
  4. Click Save.