New knowledge article on creating a PDF from HTML with CSS

March 21, 2023

Martin Fiebig finished his studies of Technical Information Design and Technical Editing with a bachelor's thesis on the conversion of HTML or DITA XML files into PDF files. He wrote his thesis with a practical focus at parson.

In the recently published knowledge article, he summarizes his findings. In the first part, Martin compares the applied languages XSL-FO and CSS Paged Media. In the second part, he examines programs for rendering HTML to PDF files via CSS and tests their functions.

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