The files can be added and updated separately, away from the page.
1. Upload PDFs to SF.gov
Go to the page you want to add the file to. (You can also search for “Resource Collection pages”.)
Click the Edit tab at the top
Scroll down to the Documents section. You can add a subheading by creating a “Title” in the new Section.
Click on Attach a document
Click on Existing Document and search for the title of your document
You can also click on the Dated Updated link, to get the most recently updated documents first.
Select the checkbox on the left for the document you want to attach.
Click on Attach Document.
You can use the button with 3 bars to change the order of the PDFs.
Save the page as Published
You can change the dropdown to Draft if you don’t want to publish it right away. But people you want to look at it, also have to have SF.gov logins to see it.
If the file itself is updated, or the publish date or URL changes.
Content > Media
Search for the name of the file you want to update. It should be the official title of the document.
Click on the Edit button
URL or upload of the document (overwrite original file)
Check the page to see if the file is updated. It will also be updated on every other Resource Collection page it appears in.
Edit the page
Scroll down to a Document and click on Edit until you get a popup
Publish the page
The PDF will be updated on every other Resource Collection page it appears in.