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  1. So I've done a search for pdf to html converters and there are plenty of free online options. The only problem is that they don't convert the pdf to html in an actual 8.5 x11 size, so that when you go to print or use them to be filled by code and then printed, they are to small. Now, some would say, simply resize the html file, but the issue there is when created it actually consists of two files. One an html file with absolute position values for all your text and the second as a jpeg for any backgrounds, frames or images. You can adjust the size of the background, borders and images, but then that would also mean you'd have to go line for line in the html to adjust the absolute positions of all the text. So my question would be, is there a converter that would create an html file in the actual 8.5 x 11 size that anyone knows of? And don't say, Acrobat, cause their conversion doesn't even come close to looking like the original document. Any insight on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Hello - I've got this code which is supposed to pull the generated .pdf and display it in the browser. It was working but in the past few months, has not. I'm wondering if there's any obvious code error that might be doing this. Any help/guidance appreciated. I've attached a image so you can see what I mean. The other tabs work (view as HTML on screen, download pdf, email to client) <?php $m_header = '<link href="shared/report.css" rel=stylesheet type="text/css">'; $m_body_tag = ' scroll=no'; require_once($DOCUMENT_ROOT."inc/top-2.inc.php"); $i_get_sid = isset($_GET["sid"]) ? (int)$_GET["sid"] : $i_sid; $i_get_pass = isset($_GET["a"]) ? $_GET["a"] : $_SESSION['r_pass']; $i_get_pass = addslashes($i_get_pass); $i_pdf_file_url = 'report.php?sid='.$i_get_sid.'&a='.urlencode($i_get_pass).'&b=/report.pdf'; echo '<table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0 width="100%">'; echo '<tr vAlign=top><td height=7><img src="images/1x1.gif" width=1 height=7></td></tr>'; echo '<tr height=28 style="background: url(images/bookm-bg.gif) repeat-x"><td width="100%"><nobr>'; echo '<img src="images/1x1.gif" width=5 height=1><a href="report.php?sid='.$i_get_sid.'&a='.urlencode($i_get_pass).'"><img src="images/bookm-42.gif" width=67 height=28 border=0></a><img src="images/bookm-s1.gif" width=10 height=28 border=0><img src="images/bookm-51.gif" width=65 height=28 border=0> <a href="report.php?sid='.$i_get_sid.'&a='.urlencode($i_get_pass).'&b=/report.pdf"><img src="images/button-downloadpdf.gif" width=80 height=28 border=0></a> <a href="report.php?sid='.$i_get_sid.'&a='.urlencode($i_get_pass).'&b=email"><img src="images/button-emailpdf.gif" width=80 height=28 border=0></a>'; echo '</nobr></td><td><nobr><font style="font-size: 10px;"><a href="javascript:window.close();">Close Window</a> </font></nobr></td></tr></table>'; echo '<p><embed type="application/pdf" src="'.$i_pdf_file_url.'" name="plugin" width=100% height=100% fullscreen=yes style="position: absolute;"></p>'; require_once($DOCUMENT_ROOT."inc/btm-2.inc.php"); ?>
  3. Every month I have pdf file with 40 pages, and I upload file to folder on webserver. Every user on internal company website have his own page in that pdf file. How to display specific page to specific user, without manual embedding to user profile page? Or display it on designated page for that pdf file, but with selection for user to pick his own page from pdf? Better option would be that user can navigate whole archive of pdf and pick year, month and his page from pdf. User's page in pdf has always same page number and his own phone number becouse pdf is phone bill for company mobile phones.
  4. I have a php application that serves pdf downloads. It works fine on all devices and browsers with one small but really annoying side-effect (edge-case for sure) When I look at my download logs anytime the download is triggered from Chrome on Android it is called twice! Bizarre behavior and I can't figure it out. Some background: The download is a pdf that get's created on the fly. All requests get processed through my index.php controller. I was serving the request with javascript via: window.open('export?file=something_to_inform_the_controller'); Works great in all browsers and devices but android chrome triggers this twice. So I got wise and though maybe a direct link would work better: <a target="_blank" href="http://mysite.com/export?file=abc123" download="file.pdf">DL link</a> or <a target="_blank" href="http://mysite.com/export?file=abc123">DL link</a> or <a target="_self" href="http://mysite.com/export?file=abc123" download="file.pdf">DL link</a> or <a target="_self" href="http://mysite.com/export?file=abc123">DL link</a> Nope, none of these flavors prevents android/chrome from double downloading. Then I researched my php header settings and tried: content-disposition: inline vs. content-disposition: attachment with no success Note, the download is logged when the controller processes the request for the download. I have duplicated download events for all downloads on android/chrome. It's strange that I have not found a solution online for this or maybe I'm overlooking something silly. Any ideas?
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