A simple example that shows how pdfHTML can be used in conjuction with screen size mediaqueries and floating elements to create different PDFs using responsive webdesign.
A simple example showcasing the creation of a Tagged PDF with pdfHTML, and the configuration to include the metadata, necessary to obtain an Accessible PDF.
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HTML to PDF with pdfHTML
See the recording our webinar done on March 22nd for an in depth intro with some of iText's developers. Introduction pdfHTML is an iText 7 add-on that will replace our previous XML Worker, from iText 5. This add-on gives you the ability to transform HTML and CSS content into a PDF document. In the iText 5 XML Worker the number of tags and CSS declarations supported were limited to a subset of most the frequently used tags and properties for PDF. There was no support for video, sound, control and animations etc. This focus was as much a choice as it...
I want to use iText to convert a series of html file to PDF. For instance: I have these files: page1.html, page2.html, page3.html,... Now I want to create a single PDF file, where page1.html is the first page, page2.html is the second page, and so on...
These examples were written in answer to the question How to parse multiple HTML files into a single PDF?