Let's say I have a bunch of documents of different types (PDF, Excel, Word, etc) that can be downloaded by site visitors.
Typically, when you are at a website with a link to a downloadable document, when you hover your mouse over it, it shows the link address in the browser status bar like this: www.my-domain-name.com/spreadsheet-1.xls
This is standard browser behavior, and lets the user know what is about to be downloaded.
This is also good practice, because if I hover over a link where the link text on the page says "Download price list" but the browser shows a link called "www.darknetwebby.com/rh7ef87rgfwr.php" then I know it's probably not a good idea to click on that link.
So my question is this: What is the best way in Wix to present downloadable documents to end users in a way that adheres to the standard where when I hover my mouse over the download link, it shows "www.my-domain-name/documentname", or if I want to email or share the link with someone, it adheres to the same standard naming format? That is, it needs to show my domain name and the actual document name in the link, not the cloud link assigned when uploading documents to my website through the Media Manager, which look like this: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/457bad_f82fc10365194d5abe95d792efd3bc4c.pdf
Seriously, would you click on that link, especially if it has the string "457bad_" at the beginning? I know it's just happenstance that all of our document links came out that way, but to me that is not a good thing. We have trained our users to look for things like that in order to keep them from clicking on things they shouldn't. For PDFs, I've looked into the PDF plugin, and that looks promising, because I can now put a PDF onto a hidden page, and then the live link points to that page, which I can give a reasonable name, like "Price-List-2019". But what about for other documents, like Excel, Word, and other types? Has anyone else here come up with a good way to do what I'm wanting to do?
Best regards, Mark