HTML Files to PDF

One of the easiest ways to use IronPDF is to tell it to render an HTML file.

IronPDF can render any HTML file saved on a machine.

In this example, we show that all relative assets such as CSS, images and JavaScript will be rendered as if the file had been opened using the file:// protocol.

This method has the advantage of allowing the developer the opportunity to test the HTML content in a browser during development. They can, in particular, test the fidelity in rendering. We recommend Chrome, as it is the web browser on which IronPDF's rendering engine is based.

If it looks right in Chrome, then it will be pixel-perfect in IronPDF as well.