Want to save a web page as a PDF on iPad or iPhone? Generating PDF files of webpages and web articles is now easier than ever before in. Documents is the best file manager for iPhone and iPad to save web pages to PDF • Convert web page to PDF. I have found one method which I tried myself: // Get the PDF Data from the url in a NSData Object NSData *pdfData = [[NSData alloc] initWithContentsOfURL:[.
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During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media. Go to solution. Thank you, I followed your advice but also after opening the file with Adobe Acrobat it seems to me impossible to see links working. Tangentially, is there a way to store. Any iPhone or iPad running iOS 11 or later now has the capability of creating a PDF file from any webpage in Safari through a direct feature; that means there is no more guesswork with hidden Save As PDF iOS gestures , or printing PDF 3D Touching , or forced use of iBooks though those tricks still work if you prefer the secret approach , instead you can just directly initiate PDF creation with a simple method we will detail here in this tutorial. Another advantage of that method is that it is available from ANY app that supports printing including many if not all 3rd party browsers , whereas the create pdf button is only available from Safari. PDF highlights are kept with the document as actual snippets, so in supporting apps you can view all your highlights in one place.
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I guess that web developers might need snapshots of their pages, but even for them this is somewhat useless, as the only differences are the time and the date.
This is, in my opinion, the best of the lot. Your PDF gets a proper title — the title of the original webpage — and is split into pages, like a book.
The PDF also has some other extras: In the bottom left corner of each page is the url if the original page. In the bottom right corner of every page is the date and time the snapshot was taken, along with a Page x of y legend.
But right now, in the iOS 12 beta at least, Books lacks a few essentials. One is that you can add proper highlights to a PDF.
PDF highlights are kept with the document as actual snippets, so in supporting apps you can view all your highlights in one place. Books only lets you use a colored marker to draw on the page. That will almost certainly change, though.