3 Ways to Convert Webpages to PDF

Saving web pages for later access is commonplace. However, sometimes one might require to view web pages offline in this case converting your HTML page into PDFs is a great help for portability later read it later feature. Today we have a list of tools using which you can pages your online web pages as PDFs which can be printed offline and/or taken while you’re on the move. The services listed below are all online and require no installation whatsoever.

PDF Download

PDF Download offers a range of services including saving pages as PDFs. There are multiple ways to do so, but a simple approach is to submit the URL of the page which you wish to convert into PDF along with your e-mail and PDF Download will e-mail you the converted URL as an attachment. It also features a bookmarklet which will convert URLs to PDFs from the browser and also has add-on for Firefox and Internet Explorer web browsers allowing viewing PDF as HTML. <Link>



A simple to use URL converter to PDF which offers both a free service and a paid service with advanced features. The free version doesn’t allow any change in options for rendering HTML content conversion to PDF, whereas the paid version does. The paid service costs $9.95 per year and the conversion quality is far superior when compared to the free version which is often cluttered with un-needed material. <Link>



Along with the standard feature of converting URLs to PDFs, HTML2PDF also features converting raw HTML content and rendering it as PDF files. This feature can be of additional help as web-mail pages can also be easily converted to PDF using this feature. Once you supply the URL and hit the convert button, the URL is converted and the PDF is made available through a download link. The output PDF is very clean, free from most of the unwanted stuff and can handle PNG based transparencies pretty easily. <link>


If you know about any other online tool or software, please share with us.

2 thoughts on “3 Ways to Convert Webpages to PDF”

  1. those using Adobe Acrobat Professional 7.0 & above can print the webpage to a PDF file! when u click on print…choose the adobe PDF option instead of the printer!

  2. Does anyone know about an App or easy to use tool for the iPhone Safari Browser where you can opt for a conversion of the just read webpage into a pdf, like the Instapaper tool for memorising it for a later read?

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