Webflow allows you to upload PDFs into Assets, and then to link to them using the File type link.
Here are some other things you can do.
You can embed a PDF into a webpage using the <object> tag, the <embed> tag, or the <iframe> tag in HTML. The <object> and <embed> tags are the more traditional methods, but the <iframe> tag is often simpler and has better compatibility with modern browsers.
Here's how you would do it using the <iframe> tag:
Replace "path/to/your/document.pdf" with the path to your PDF file. You'll retrieve this from the assets window. The width and height attributes can be adjusted to your needs.
The <p> tag inside the <iframe> tag is fallback content that will be displayed in browsers that don't support iframes. In this case, it's a link to the PDF, so that users can still access the document even if their browser doesn't support iframes.
You can link to a specific page of a web-hosted PDF by adding #page=[page number] at the end of the URL.
For example, if your PDF is located at http://www.example.com/myfile.pdf and you want to link to page 10, your URL would look like this: http://www.example.com/myfile.pdf#page=10.