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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.
Hello, I have a sample shop that generates a receipt on products purchased. When a user checks out it generates a receipt as a pdf file using dompdf. If i select a few products and generate a pdf file its ok it shows the products and total price, however if i choose lots of products, too many to fit on one page then when i generate a pdf it only show the first page the rest of the products and the total price are not displayed on page 2 ? Here is the bit of the code that generates the pdf sorry i am not very experienced in this stuff i am trying to learn ! $options = new Dompdf\Options(); $options->set('isRemoteEnabled', true); $dompdf = new Dompdf\Dompdf($options); $dompdf->loadHtml($html); $dompdf->render(); $output = $dompdf->output(); $info = file_put_contents("../../files/" . $filepath . $filename, $output); return array($filename,$filepath); any advice please.