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My website is in Wordpress and I have a bunch of PDFs that I'd like to host there. The thing is, if I load them via media manager and then link to them, they show up with the following address:

www.example.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/sample.pdf

I find this rather messy looking and even unprofessional. Can you think of a solution that might allow me to have all the pdf's hosted in the following way:

www.abc.com/pdf/sample.pdf
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Question by:rockmonsters
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You can always upload via FTP to whatever folder you like and link to them.
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