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Yes , I know there are many tools may convert html to pdf , may be I explain more what I would like to do .
I have many html files ,I also have a jpg file (photo) , I want convert all these html files to pdf ( I can do it by using the tools ) . Now I want the pdf files can be embedded the jpg , that mean all pdf have the photo , can advise what can i do ?
If you have a program that will display a web page and then convert to PDF, then we have given you the steps:
1. Link the picture file
2. display the page and convert.
thx reply ,
the suggestion 1 is not work , I will send the files to external users , they can not link the picture file , they only have pdf read in their desktop .
I am not very clear what the mean of suggestion 2 .
Using a browser, save a simple website. In the directory where you save it, you will find 2 things--the html file, and a folder containing various elements, including pictures. Examine the code, and you will see the picture links that I mentioned.
I do not know how the html-pdf convertors work. Assuming that you have a program that will display the webpage, then I'm assuming that what you see on the screen---including all the pictures--- gets saved to PDF.
You can try PhantomJS#Rendering for an example of how to render a web page to a pdf.
It is a scriptable webkit headless browser, and renders html and images just like for example google chrome or safari do.