Thursday, April 19, 2007

"Save Page As PDF" Button



We currently are testing PDF Online's latest feature: "Save Page As PDF." The service will allow you, as a website owner, to quickly provide HTML to PDF conversion on some or all of your web pages.

When your visitors click on the "Save As PDF" button, our server will automatically render the page into PDF and push it directly to them.

All you need to do is to insert a couple of line of Javascript code into that web page.

You can see this feature in action on PDF Online homepage. Bear in mind that we are still working on this feature, so the PDF output may not look optimal. Let us know what you think!

- PDF Online Team

11 Comments:

Anonymous Amit Agarwal said...

This will catch up for sure especiall among bloggers.

Could you let me know when you plan to make this public ?

Thanks.

4:22 AM  
Blogger Amit Agarwal said...

This will catch up for sure especiall among bloggers.

Could you let me know when you plan to make this public ?

Thanks.

4:22 AM  
Blogger PDF Online said...

We are going to open it to some beta testers next month. If everything goes well, we will make it public a month after that.

10:35 AM  
Anonymous nicusor cheles said...

That's great! Keep up the good work!

3:29 AM  
Blogger Chris Latragna said...

PDF Online is great! I use it all the time.


You guys rock!!

12:07 PM  
Anonymous Umm Muhammad said...

Hello
I really like your website its fantastic I have converted a few docs already and its perfect. I was wondering: I scanned a doc as several jpeg ones, pages of a book that I wanted to share with others. I would like now to join them into a single PDF file. Does your website offer the possibility to add TWO docs to be converted into only ONE pdf doc? It does not look like I can from here but I thought you might know where I could get that for free as well...(Sorry if its not the right place for my question, btw I quite like the feature "save this page as PDF" Im sure it would cacth up too..)

5:14 PM  
Blogger PDF Online said...

Muhammad, please go to http://www.pdfonline.com/pdfonline_support.htm to find the answer to your question.

9:49 AM  
Blogger PLMD said...

I want to use it. Thanks for sharing.

4:54 PM  
Blogger DFX Production Services said...

i can't get it to work on a php page... i have a quiz and want the taker to be able to print the results. It doesnt show the correct results in the PDF... weird! does anyone have insight on this issue?

1:36 PM  
Anonymous Propertykita said...

I enjoyed reading it. I require to study more on this topic. Thanks for sharing a nice info..Any way I'm going to subscribe for your feed and I hope you post again soon.

12:42 AM  
Blogger Stanley Gardner said...

Can you convert Word Perfect to PDF.
Stan

4:10 PM  

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