PDF to HTML Node

The PDF to HTML node converts a PDF documents to an HTML5 web page. This makes it possible to easily publish the content of PDF document onto any website, as HTML5 is supported by all browsers, without the need of a viewer plug-in. The PDF to HTML5 conversion engine preserves fonts and uses the SVG format to preserve vector graphics. Sample PDF documents that have been converted to HTML5 can be found HERE.  Each page that is created can be sent as individual messages in the workflow or a single packaged zip file.


General Settings

Show page border - adds a single pixel black border on the PDF page.

Compress Images - will convert images to JPEG lossy compression that will reduce image quality and size

JPEG quality - This is the quality of JPEG compression. It varies from 0 (very high compression, very low quality), to 10 (low compression, very high quality) based on the quality parameter. Some guidelines for the quality value: 8 high quality, 5  medium quality, 2 low quality.

Single File: Creates a single HTML output file with all pages inline.

Separate File per Page: Creates separate HTML file for each page of the selected range


All Pages: all pages in the document

Page Range: set custom range of pages if needed using values separated by commas. For example, to print only pages 2 to 4 & 6 to 12 & 20 of a 30 page document enter “2-4, 6-12, 20″. Documents using Page Labels will require the exact page label to be entered (i.e. iv, v, etc...)

First Page: the first page of the document

Last Page: the last page of the document

Subset: Subset of the currently set page range to print. Choose from the below options


Separate Files: send an individual message payload for each page of the document being converted

Single zip file: send all converted pages packaged in a in a single zip file to the message payload

File name pattern: Enter a filename for the files added to the zip archive. Each name will have the document page number appended to the name entered in this field. Variables may also be used to further distinguish each of the file separations.



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