Best Answer Rob , 02 August 2013 - 01:15 PM
I don't quite know how to even approach this,
If you're on Framework, you can copy the carousel section from wp-content/themes/pagelines/sections to your desktop. If you've installed Base Theme you will have wp-content/themes/pagelines-template/theme in your site. There's a sections folder there, where you can upload the carousel section to clone it.
Now, you can edit the section.php file to add an image link to the dynamic link in the code. This will let you use some image indicating there's a PDF file. However, the problem then comes from the actual link created. NextGen or our carousel will deliver a link to the post, not to a PDF. Since it's a variable, this link will change from post to post, making it necessary to add some custom coding so the lnk changes with the post.
Done wrong, this could well break your site.
One easier option... Put a link on each post, at the top of your text, to download the related PDF.Go to the full post