Rendering Settings for HTML to PDF

IronPDF aims to be as flexible as possible for the developer.

In this example, we show the balance between providing an API that automates internal functionality and providing one that gives you control.

IronPDF supports many customizations for generated PDF files, including: page sizing, page margins, header/footer content, content scaling, CSS rulesets, and JavaScript execution.


We want developers to be able to control how Chrome turns a web page into a PDF. The ChromePdfRenderer class makes this possible.

Examples of settings available on the ChromePDFRenderOptions class include settings for margins, headers, footers, paper size, and form creation.