PHP html2ps is a PHP equivalent of the popular Perl script.
Version: 2.0.43 / 2.1.12PHP html2ps is a PHP equivalent of the popular Perl script by the same name that accurately converts HTML with images, complex tables (including rowspan and colspan), layers and divs, and CSS styles to PostScript.
Operating System: Linux
If using a Linux or Unix server which supports exec() and ps2pdf, you may also render the pages as PDF documents!
Here are some key features of "PHP html2ps":
· Supports nested tables, advanced CSS properties, floating DHTML elements, non-Latin character sets, XHTML and non-XHTML tags and properties, and much more.
· Nearly any website, even very complex ones like Yahoo.com, can be accurately converted to PostScript or PDF.
· Nearly a dozen advanced formatting options to control the way that the output PostScript or PDF file is displayed, including Landscape vs. Portrait option, and ability to hide images for faster processing.
· Several powerful output processing options, including the ability to send the output directly to the browser or save on the server, and the ability to create PostScript or PDF files.
· Eight different paper sizes available through the "Media" option.
· Over a dozen character encoding methods available for non-Latin page output.
· Convert pages that are written in most languages and character sets, including Russian and Eastern Languages.
· 100% of the source code (a set of PHP and .ps files) included with your download. Backwards-compatible to PHP 4.3.0.
· PHP 4.3.0 or higher
· Ability to change the permissions of files and folders
· PHP GD2, with JPG and TTF support
· AFPL or GPL GhostScript 8.0 or higher
· Adobe Acrobat Reader
· GhostView 4.7 or higher
What's New in 2.0.43 Stable Release:
· Space could be added after some non-whitespace symbols immediately followed by inline boxes.
· Under certain circumstances, custom characters were ignored in CSS3 margin box content.
· Some temporary files were not removed when using the fpdf output method.
What's New in 2.1.12 Development Release:
· An experimental CSS handling module was added.