Custom services for HTML to PDF conversion

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From time to time we get requests to offer custom services. Since these are only modestly advertised on the ‘plans page‘, I am taking the time here to explain some of them here. We currently offer our three services in three different plans, which totals nine plans. For most of our users this is more… Read more »

Using CSS media type ‘print’ for your PDF

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We just introduced a new feature to all our paid conversion services and that is the use of CSS media types. For those amongst you who don’t know what it is, w3schools explains it really well. Basically you can use them to prepare your website for better viewing depending on the device (or media) that… Read more »

PDF Showcase coming!

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Right now we’re preparing a showcase of our PDF creation possibilities. The idea is to give a quick overview of all the possibilities that are different services offer through a gallery of PDFs. At the moment we’re thinking of showing examples of the following: page formats like A3, A4, Letter, custom page formats and single… Read more »

HTML to PDF SDK version 1.4 released

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A few weeks ago we released the newest version of the HTML to PDF SDK. In this post we’ll go into the new features that have been added in this version. Our PHP SDK already supported a plethora of functions like page formats, margins, encryption, password protection etc. The newest features that now have been… Read more »

Highcharts to PDF with Webkit

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Every now and then we like to dedicate a post to a little bug or quirk of our beautiful rendering engine that is webkit. Today we dedicate it to rendering charts from There are two problems that typically occur when people try to render charts from Highcharts with a renderer based on webkit: Thick… Read more »