PDF to HTML converter
The Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format developed by Adobe in the early 1990s and used widely for distributing documents across networks and intranets. PDFs are designed to maintain the formatting of a document, and can contain text, images, hyperlinks, and 3D objects. PDF files are typically much smaller in size than their native counterparts and can be accessed on a range of devices, including mobile and tablet.
PDFs can be protected with passwords or digital signatures to prevent editing. They can also be locked from printing or copying. Furthermore, they offer text searching support, allowing users to easily locate material within a file. PDFs are often used for sharing official documents between organizations due to their security feature-set.
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language used for creating web pages and web applications. It is a system for annotating text, images and other content to provide a structured document with logical sections. HTML is used to create electronic documents (pages) that are displayed on the World Wide Web and each HTML page contains a series of HTML tags that control the appearance of an element or control specific behaviour.
HTML files must be saved with the .html file extension in order for them to be recognised by web browsers as HTML documents. The tags provide a series of instructions which are interpreted by browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer to render the content of the HTML page properly.