Get the HTML inside a container and convert to PDF.

Used with the UX component.

 HTML to PDF Properties

Container Id
Specify the container Id. Choices include.
Action property. Choices include Download, Xbasic function.
Client-side filename
Specify the client side filename to suggest when the user downloads the PDF file. To dynamically compute the clientside filename using a Javascript function, specify the filename as: function:FUNCTION_NAME. For example: function:myfunc. In this example 'myfunc' is a Javascript function that will return the client-side filename to use.
Xbasic function
Specify the name of the Xbasic function. The function takes 'e' as a parameter. the 'e' object contains e.filename - the filename of the PDF file that was created.

 PDF Options Properties

Grayscale property.
Image quality
Image quality property.
Landscape property.
Units for all measurements
Units for all measurements property. Choices include px, in, cm, mm, pt, tw, px.
Margin-bottom property.
Margin-left property.
Margin-top property.
Page-height property.
Page-width property.
Page-size property.
Smart shrinking
Smart shrinking property.

 CSS Overrides Properties

CSS override definitions
Define CSS classes to override defined CSS styles. This will allow you to have special classes on controls when the HTML is saved to PDF. A typical use case for this feature is to turn off the border on controls when they are printed. TIP: Use the .{style} placeholder in selector names to make your definition work with any component style. For example, to turn off the border on textboxes: {style}Edit {border: none;}
Suppress borders on controls
Specify if the border that is normally displayed around edit controls should be suppressed.

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