Page Breaks

Introduction #introduction The PDF software, mPDF, introduces a custom HTML tag called <pagebreaks/> which you can use to create new pages in your PDF. It goes hand in hand with…

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Positioning

Introduction #introduction Like floats, the PDF software does support fixed and absolute positioning of block elements in PDFs, but there are specific restrictions. These include: Only block elements can fixed…

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Floats

Introduction #introduction The CSS property float is partially supported, allowing block elements to be placed alongside one another. However, there are certain limitations you should be aware of before using…

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Tables

Introduction #introduction There is quite good support for HTML tables in mPDF, but it does have its quirks. The two biggest issues you might face when using tables are: Unsupported…

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Watermarks

Introduction #introduction A watermark is a semi-transparent element overlaid on each page of your PDF. Both text and image watermarks are supported, and you have full control over the transparency….

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Rounded Corners

Introduction #introduction The CSS3 border-radius property can be applied to all block elements to easily enhance the look and feel of your PDFs. The software is configured to automatically add…

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Backgrounds

Introduction #introduction Background colours, gradients and images can be applied to all block HTML elements in the PDF, including the whole page, while inline HTML elements only support the background…

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Images

Introduction #introduction The PDF engine Gravity PDF uses, mPDF, supports the following image formats: png with transparency or alpha channel jpg or jpeg gif with transparency svg bmp wmf To…

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Headers and Footers

Introduction #introduction Headers and footers are a powerful feature of the PDF rendering software, mPDF. They aren’t just limited to every page either, you have granular control over which pages…

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Supported HTML and CSS

Introduction #introduction The PDF software we use to generate documents, mPDF, is quite good with its HTML and CSS support, but it does have its limitations and quirks. Areas it…

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