HTML page options for Advanced PDF to HTML converter

Convert PDF to HTML

Advanced PDF to HTML converter HTML page options window.
The program produces HTML pages with the original PDF document page formatting - background color, page width and height. You may want to change these settings to adjust the HTML documents to the page format of your web site. You may also specify your own title text, background and links colors, page width.

You can use macros to customize HTML title.

%CURPAGENUM% Current page number
%CURPAGEFILENAME% Current page file name
%NEXTPAGENUM% Next page number
%NEXTPAGEFILENAME% Next page file name
%PREVPAGENUM% Previous page number
%PREVPAGEFILENAME% Previous page file name
%FIRSTPAGENUM% First page number
%FIRSTPAGEFILENAME% First page file name
%LASTPAGENUM% Last page number
%LASTPAGEFILENAME% Last page file name
%DOCUMENTTITLE% Document title (from PDF)
%DOCUMENTAUTHOR% Document author (from PDF)

Example of the page title:

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Background color box Links color box Visited links color box Active links color box Background color edit box Links color edit box Visited links color edit box Active links color edit box Unicode output Enlarge the whole HTML page Customize HTML title using macros and make navigation clear Files and folders Security. Passwords for protected PDF files Raster images Vector drawings HTML page sizing and coloring HTML page frames and navigation panes Open HTML file after conversion Open target folder after conversion Start conversion Help contents About PDF to HTML converter
To set a background color, click the Background color box and select a color from the color picker. Use the eyedropper to select a color swatch from the palette. All colors are Web-safe.
In HTML, colors are expressed as hexadecimal values (for example, #FF0000). A Web-safe color is one that appears the same in Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer on both Windows and Macintosh systems when running in 256-color mode. The conventional wisdom is that there are 216 common colors, and that any hexadecimal value that combines the pairs 00, 33, 66, 99, CC, or FF (RGB values 0, 51, 102, 153, 204, and 255, respectively) represents a Web-safe color.
Unicode output should be useful when you convert PDF documents containing non-english characters, for example dictionaries.
 Usually PDF documents are optimized for print and using on HTML pages the same font sizes as in the original PDF should make reading these pages unpleasant. Enlarge the whole page to make your visitors reading comfortly.
You can use macros to customize HTML title. That will give your HTML page intelligible title, for example
“Demo document” by IntraPDF. Page 1 of 7"