Free Online XHTML Converter

Test the quality of XHTML to PDF conversion right in your browser! Please load an XHTML file from a local file system or URL, select the required output format from the list, and run the example. It’s fast, easy, secure, and completely free! The XHTML to PDF conversion will be done with the default save options. You will immediately get the result as a separate file. So, quickly convert any webpage or XHTML to PDF format online!


Convert XHTML to PDF Using C#

Converting XHTML to PDF is often required to protect documents from unwanted editing and copying, to prepare documents for printing or sending by e-mail, etc. With Aspose.HTML for .NET API, you can convert XHTML to PDF programmatically with full control over conversion parameters. Any conversion you want to perform involves loading an XHTML document and saving it in PDF format. Powerful C# API allows you to convert XHTML to PDF quickly and in high quality.


Steps to Convert XHTML to PDF in C#

If you want to convert XHTML to PDF programmatically, please see the C# code example above or learn the Documentation chapter. In all cases, any XHTML to PDF conversion requires some mandatory steps:

  1. Load an XHTML file using one of HTMLDocument() constructors of the HTMLDocument class.
  2. Create a new PdfSaveOptions object.
  3. Use the ConvertHTML() method of the Converter class to save XHTML as a PDF file.
  4. The PDF file will be saved to the specified path.

(X)HTML Conversion in Documentation

XHTML to PDF conversion is often required to establish limited access to document editing or copying, to produce official documentation or send some information, for example, by email. Aspose.HTML for .NET API allows you to convert (X)HTML to other popular formats quickly and with high quality. Please visit the documentation chapter Converting Between Formats to learn more about the API conversion features. The chapter describes popular converters, as well as C# examples for the most common conversion scenarios.


Free Online Converters

Aspose.HTML offers free online applications for converting HTML , XHTML , MHTML , EPUB , XML , or Markdown documents to PDF, XPS, DOCX, JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, Markdown and other formats. Just upload, convert your documents and get results in a few seconds. You don’t need any additional software. Powerful C# API allows converting your documents to popular formats quickly and in high quality. Try our forceful online Converters for free now!

FAQ

1. Why convert XHTML?

Converting between formats is required for various reasons: to work in a familiar, convenient format or to take advantage of different formats for specific tasks. Sometimes XHTML files may not be compatible with some software, and you need to convert them to another file format to open and read them.

2. How can I convert XHTML to PDF?

Aspose.HTML allows you to convert XHTML to PDF in any way – online or programmatically. For example, you can use the online XHTML converter to quickly transform your files in real time. Just upload a file, run the converter, and get the result in a few seconds! Alternatively, you can use Aspose.HTML for .NET API and the provided C# code to convert XHTML to PDF programmatically.

3. What other file formats can I convert XHTML to?

Aspose.HTML API provides a wide range of XHTML conversions to popular formats, such as PDF, XPS, DOCX, JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, and more.

4. What formats does Aspose.HTML for .NET support?

Out-of-the-box we support HTML, XHTML, SVG, EPUB, MHTML and Markdown documents. As a part of mentioned documents, we also support CSS, JavaScript, XPath and HTML5 Canvas specifications.

How to Install Aspose.HTML for .NET library

You can use several ways to install the Aspose.HTML library for .NET on your system:

  1. Install a NuGet Package using the NuGet Package Manager GUI.
  2. Install a NuGet Package using the Package Manager Console. You may use the following command PM> Install-Package Aspose.Html.
  3. Install Aspose.HTML for .NET through MSI.

This library supports parsing of HTML5, CSS3, SVG, and HTML Canvas to construct a Document Object Model (DOM) based on the WHATWG DOM Standard. Aspose.HTML for .NET is written completely in C# and can be used to build any type of 32-bit or 64-bit .NET application including ASP.NET, WCF, WinForms & .NET Core. Before running the .NET conversion example code, make sure that you have OS like Microsoft Windows or a compatible with .NET Framework or .NET Standard, and the development environment like Microsoft Visual Studio. For more details about C# library installation and system requirements, please refer to Aspose.HTML Documentation.

XHTML What is XHTML File Format

XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) is a text-based file format with markup in the XML, using a reformulation of HTML 4.0. These files are well suited to be opened or viewed in a web browser. The XHTML was designed to be more structured, less scripting, generic and device-independent. It uses all the existing XML facilities and more. The XHTML provides a generally worthwhile set of elements and attributes, with extension options combined with style sheets. Specifications for HTML 4.01, HTML5 and XHTML are being dynamically developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

PDF What is PDF File Format

Portable Document Format (PDF) is a type of document created by Adobe back in 1990s. The purpose of this file format was to introduce a standard for the representation of documents and other reference material in a format independent of application software, hardware, and Operating System. PDF files can be opened in Adobe Acrobat Reader/Writer as well in most modern browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox via extensions/plug-ins. The PDF file format can contain information like text, images, hyperlinks, form-fields, rich media, digital signatures, attachments, metadata, Geospatial features and 3D objects in it that can become part of a source document.

Other Supported XHTML Conversions

You can also convert XHTML to many other file formats:

XHTML TO PDF (Portable Document Format)
XHTML TO DOCX (Microsoft Word)
XHTML TO IMAGE (Image formats)
XHTML TO JPEG (JPEG Image)
XHTML TO PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
XHTML TO HTML (HyperText Markup Language)