Convert HTML files or web pages to PDF documents

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How to convert from HTML to PDF

  1. Text input
    To convert an HTML or web page into a PDF, open the web page, copy and paste the URL into the box above. You must enter a full URL that contains http:// or https://.
  2. Options
    Click the gear icon to set page setup and scaling, then click the rotating arrow icon.
  3. Please wait a moment
    Please wait while the webpage is converted to PDF. Conversion will be done in seconds.
  4. Click the download button
    Click the Download button to save the converted PDF file.

More about HTML to PDF Converter

High Quality

Perfect quality

Convert HTML files or web pages to PDF quickly and simply with our online HTML converter. Our service uses a Chromium-based browser engine to render the same as the Google Chrome browser. As a result, the converted PDF file will look exactly like the HTML or web page you entered!


Handling page breaks

Most websites and HTML files are long and span more than one page. Therefore, it can be a problem when printing. In that case, if there is a 'page-break' tag in an HTML file or website, the page will be automatically divided based on it when converting PDFs. We fully support the 'page-break' tag. Therefore, if the content of a document exceeds one page, as in MS Word, it proceeds to the next page.

Customized Settings

Custom settings

Click the gear icon for various settings when converting from HTML to PDF. For example, you can choose the paper orientation, size, zoom factor, margins, and whether to remove JavaScript and links according to your needs. We provide all these features for free.


Automatic creation of bookmarks

When converting HTML to PDF, you may need to create bookmarks for convenience. We take this into account and provide a service that automatically creates bookmarks when converting PDFs. Bookmarks are created automatically by referring to tags such as h1, h2, and h3 in the HTML file. When viewing the converted PDF document in Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can see that the bookmarks are perfectly created. Now click Create Bookmark in Settings!

Page orientation

Page orientation settings

Often, there may be HTML documents optimized for landscape orientation. If you create a PDF based on the vertical direction of this document like a typical document, you will not get the desired results. In this case, in the paper orientation setting, the document orientation is horizontal to achieve the expected results. When used with the magnification ratio setting, you get the best results.

Set page size

Page size settings

When converting HTML files or web pages to PDF, you may need to use a different paper size depending on the content or layout of the document. In this case, all you have to do is select the paper size in the settings. All paper sizes commonly used by businesses and institutions are supported. And with additional margin adjustments and zoom ratios in Settings, you can create PDF documents that are optimized for archiving or printing.

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What are the advantages of saving HTML pages as PDF?

Looking for a webpage you need to share with your team while working in a digital environment? In most cases, simply forwarding a link is sufficient, but sometimes there is a need to add comments or view web page content offline. You often come across a very useful website or article that you want to save for future reference, but you don't know how. There's a simple way to take a screenshot of each page and save it as an image, but it's saved in such a way that the text in the content is searched for or the links don't work anymore. Oh! One day, a webpage you've always been interested in suddenly disappears. Perhaps the owner of the website has deleted it. In this way, you never know when a webpage will disappear or change. That's why you should save the content of web pages that you find useful beforehand. In these cases, there is a perfect model answer. That is to save an HTML page as a PDF document. Here are 5 benefits of converting HTML to PDF.

Keep original formatting

You can always view content offline without losing document formatting or links. As you know, PDF documents are the most widely used format for sharing and archiving, so saving as PDF allows you to view and permanently archive the content of web pages anywhere, on any device, without restrictions.

Increase work efficiency

In a digital workplace, there are times when there is an enormous amount of data online that your team needs to extract from your website. Converting HTML pages to PDF automatically creates a table of contents or bookmarks. And since all web pages can be searched in bulk after being bundled into a PDF, work is simplified in many ways.

Web page scraping

Saving as PDF is a great way to save valuable and interesting articles or materials forever. Most people think their favorite websites will last forever. But that's a big mistake. The website may change, delete or discontinue the service of certain pages from time to time depending on the circumstances of the company, organization or individual. That's why it's wise to save the materials you need for your website as PDFs in advance.

Increased convenience of document management

Converting webpages to PDF is useful for saving online receipts or order confirmations for many products sold online. By converting each receipt to PDF and saving it as a single PDF, you can save yourself the trouble of visiting the site where you purchased the product one by one in case of problems later.

Good for printing and distribution

PDF documents display the true appearance of text and images in content with great accuracy, regardless of device and OS. Therefore, converting HTML files to PDF is very useful when creating and distributing printed materials, as the text, images and all elements of the web page are displayed strictly as intended.


FAQs about the HTML conversion tool

Converting HTML pages to PDF takes a long time.

The most common cause of conversion delay is the loading phase, not the conversion phase. When the conversion engine loads the HTML file, it waits until the elements such as JavaScript, CSS, and images are completely loaded. In most cases, there is a delay while waiting for those elements to load. Or, if the web page contains dynamically generated charts and the data is read from the database and plotted, there may be delays.

The saved PDF document is missing content or has different formatting compared to the original web page.

Our web page conversion engine is designed based on the Google Chromium browser engine. So it renders just like in the Google Chrome browser. See what the web page looks like in Chrome. Websites created in the past are often optimized for Internet Explorer. On such sites, content may be malformed or missing in the Chrome browser.

Only part of the web page is saved as PDF.

Before converting, you can set the paper size, ratio, or paper orientation in the options settings to get the desired results. For dynamic HTML pages, it is sometimes difficult for the conversion engine to accurately grasp the actual intent of action. In this case, the conversion may be different from the expected result.

I converted a web page to PDF, but the login page is saved. Why?

If you need to log in to access the web page or there are special conditions, of course you cannot access it from the conversion solution. Try opening the web page in the Chrome browser on another PC that is not logged into the website. You can see that the login page looks the same.

Can the HTML converter save as PDF only by entering the URL? I want to save an HTML file on my PC as a PDF.

It's possible. Go to the PDF converter menu, upload the HTML file, and save it as a PDF file.

What is the difference between HTML and PDF?

HTML is a markup language used to create web pages, and PDF is a file format used to share and print documents. HTML files are designed to be viewed in a web browser, and PDF files can be viewed on virtually any device with a PDF reader installed.


I love the simplicity of the intuitive interface, just paste the web page address and it will be instantly converted to PDF. For those of you who don't know how to use it, here's a 4-step guide on how to use it. Despite being a free service, it's amazing how you can set the paper size, orientation, and aspect ratio when converting PDFs. We hope to continue serving you in the future.


This online service is amazing. It fully supports all elements of HTML pages such as CCS, javascript, and images. It is confirmed that it is saved as a PDF file while maintaining the same layout as the Chrome browser does. In addition, there are no missing pictures in the PDF document and the link works properly. This is the best HTML converter.


Although it is a free service, there are no watermarks or restrictions on the number of uses. And I've seen it render PDFs with almost the same page state as it appears in the web browser. We also offer conversion options without a Euro license. If an API service is provided in the future, I think it will be used when creating apps.