Convert HTML to PDF

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Creating your first mPDF PDF

The instructions for creating this PDF from a basic HTML page are the same for all of the other examples in the PDF Basement.

All you need:

The main thing to check is that the mpdf.php file is correctly referenced. Check your path from your own PHP files to your mPDF directory.

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<?php
        //==============================================================
        $html = '
        <body>
        <h1>About Tidalfire</h1>
        <p>Tidalfire provides PDF business tools and services for desktop, 
        web and mobile.</p>
        
        <h2>PDF Forms</h2>
        <p>Let your business benefit from dynamic PDF forms. 
        Mobile or desktop – convert your paper forms to intelligent, 
        customer friendly documents.</p>
        
        <h2>PDF Studio</h2>
        <p>PDF Studio™ an all-in-one, easy to use PDF editor 
        that provides all the features needed at a fraction of the cost of 
        Adobe® Acrobat® and other editors.</p>
        
        <h2>PDF Automation Server</h2>
        <p>PDF Automation Server (PAS) automates the receiving, processing 
        and routing of documents helping to streamline your 
        document workflows.</p>
        
        <h3>Contact Details</h3>
        
        <p>e: info@tidalfire.com</p>
        ';
        
        //==============================================================
        require_once __DIR__ . '../../../../../mpdf7/vendor/autoload.php';
        
        $mpdf = new \Mpdf\Mpdf();
         
        $mpdf->WriteHTML($html);
        
        $mpdf->Output();
        
        exit;
        //==============================================================
        
?>

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