iWeb2Print: Easily Convert Web Pages into PDF Files

Printing out an entire webpage can take a heavy toll on your printer’s cartridge. This is so because usually you require only the text in a website and not the redundant images, ads, and banners on it. To save your cartridge ink while printing webpage, you should first convert the webpage to a PDF that excludes the unnecessary images. The PDF version of the HTML will also help you reading the material offline and carrying it on portable storage devices such as flash drives.

The HTML-to-PDF conversion can be done through various web tools. One of the best of such tools is iWeb2Print.


iWeb2Print is a free and convenient online application presented by SciWeavers. The tool lets you specify the URL of any webpage and it then converts it to the PDF file format. Before conversion you can specify whether or not you want a gray scale PDF, a PDF without images, and a PDF without background. Each of these three options can be individually controls using three checkboxes.


You can also control the orientation of the PDF: portrait or landscape. The page size can be selected to ensure best results while printing. Numerous page sizes are supported by the tool ranging from letter and A4 to B9 and C5E.

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When you have selected your options and clicked on the “Convert” button, your PDF file is made available for download. Under the download link you can preview a low-quality version of the PDF to get an idea of how the outcome looks like.


iWeb2Print offers a very useful service in a very simple interface – something definitely worthy of two thumbs up for converting webpage to PDF files.

Visit iWeb2Print’s homepage by clicking here.

2 thoughts on “iWeb2Print: Easily Convert Web Pages into PDF Files”

  1. This is by far the best free web to pdf converter in the sense that it is truly free, no registration or email is needed. I also tried their google chrome extension. I have found it very useful since i can convert the web page i am surfing to pdf or high quality snapshot image directly from the browser.


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