Convert HTML Websites into PDF

Daniel Scocco

On some occasions you might want or need to convert a website or a specific web page into a PDF document. For example, if you came across a really interesting article that you want to save locally in your computer for future reference.

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There is a really efficient web tool for that purpose called HTML-PDF-Converter. You just need to type the URL of the website or page, and in a matter of seconds a download window will open asking where you want to save the PDF document. The quality is pretty good, too.

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34 Responses to “Convert HTML Websites into PDF”

  • Muhammad Qasim

    yes i really works
    thnx daniel

  • medyum

    Hi there,

    I use Firefox to browse the Internet and it offers some handy plugins that help me to create PDFs of website. Thanks anyway.

  • Oliver

    This looks like a handy tool. Good for saving web pages for offline viewing. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  • Web Designing Quotes

    This a pretty nifty tool.I thought only documents can be converted to PDF. Now if the html codes can be converted into a PDF file, then it’s a good tool for saving up web content.

  • angelica

    great tip! thanks!

  • Riz

    Another website offering this and more functionality is http://www.PdfonFly.com

    You can create pdf from webpage url or create pdf using an online editor.

  • Killer

    I think this tool would be helpful for writers to help them submit work samples. You could create a PDF of your article and attach it to submissions!

  • GregR

    On the Mac, go Print, save-as PDF and blam…..

  • Razib Ahmed

    “Limited resources/Server encounter some error. Please try again later”
    This is the message I got.

  • balbir

    nice thing, what about other types of content such as video, flash animations and others

  • Norilyn Aspera

    This is awesome! I’d love to try it out. I am sure this will work well with the ebook I am working on. Thanks. πŸ˜‰

  • Zach

    Cool tip–thanks for passing it along!

  • Ruchi

    Great Tool, I hope it work reverse also… I need to explore.

  • Franck Silvestre

    This a pretty nifty tool. πŸ™‚ I thought only documents can be converted to PDF. Now if the html codes can be converted into a PDF file, then it’s a good tool for saving up web content. Thanks!

  • Frank

    I’ve used the PDF Download plugin (

  • Melvin

    Cool, its a great tool considering I am always looking for ebook on the go.. πŸ™‚

  • Aravind Jose T.

    There’s been many like this around. Damn useful.

  • john

    Haha. Buy a mac, it has save as PDF when you hit the print button. Easy as a pie. You can save any website, and create pdf’s from any type of document that can be printed. It wont get any easier than that. Furthermore you will not depend on someone else’s website and whim.

  • Jane

    Thank you very much, Daniel Scocco.
    I always searching for this method, Now I find.

  • Mr. I

    Daniel, seems like you made service popular by writing here and now, they are giving a “Limited resources -Server Problem” Error!

    They should be using good host! πŸ˜‰

  • Trader Mom

    PDF files are always easier to read locally than HTML

  • Trader Mom

    Love this. PDF files are always easier to read locally

  • Eddie Gear

    Hi there,

    I use Firefox to browse the Internet and it offers some handy plugins that help me to create PDFs of website. Thanks anyway.

    Cheers,
    Eddie Gear

  • Jamie Harrop

    That’s a wonderful tool, Daniel.

    I wrote a guest post on John Chow’s blog not too long ago, talking about converting blog posts and documents to PDF.

    One of the things I mentioned was the PDF24 WordPress plugin that allows readers to download blog posts as a PDF: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/pdf24-post-to-pdf/

    Thanks!

    Jamie

    PS. Feel free to disregard the previous comment. I typed the URL wrong. Doh!

  • Jamie Harrop

    That’s a wonderful tool, Daniel.

    I wrote a guest post on John Chow’s blog not too long ago, talking about converting blog posts and documents to PDF.

    One of the things I mentioned was the PDF24 WordPress plugin that allows readers to download blog posts as a PDF: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/pdf24-post-to-pdf/

    Thanks!

    Jamie

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  • Chung Bey Luen

    Very nice tool. Thanks for sharing.

  • Nate @ Debt-free Scholar

    Ha, ha! I just found that site this week using Stumble Upon. Is it new?

    Thanks,
    Nate

  • Daniel Scocco

    @Mr I., yeah it works for almost any site.

  • Mr. I

    Whole website can be saved as pdf? Nice tool! Will it work for blogs?(e.g. DBT πŸ˜‰ )

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