Support » Plugin: WP Advanced PDF » The best HTML to PDF converter I know of, despite its alignment failings

  • The problem with most converters of this kind is that they span images across the dividing line of pages, which looks ridiculous. That or degrade the images, making them ugly for the ‘benefit’ of compression. WP Advanced PDF doesn’t do either of these so it stands head and shoulders above the competition.

    That said, one issue I’ve encountered is that the plugin often ignores the alignment of images seemingly at random, despite the code used being identical in each case. This tends to happen mostly to images touching the line in the header, though not entirely. There’s just no consistency and no solution it seems.

    Aside from getting the basics to work, the only thing I’d like to see added is a two column newspaper style option, which would help to alleviate the empty white space issue that crops up when you use large images.

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by dreamkatcha.
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