How Do I Add a Save Page as PDF Button to My Website?

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How do I add a "Save page as PDF" button to my website?

There are quite a few ways, but years of experimenting have shown that to match the browser view with high fidelity, the best options are Opera’s “File > Save Page as PDF” and the Paparazzi macOS app. Everything has its downsides or relies on printing which suffers from lack of print-targeted media queries in most sites’ CSS. With Opera, the only big issue is the lack of pagination. Plus of course the lack of support for infinite scrolling sites but that’s to be expected.

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However, for the ones that do work, the layout experience is a huge improvement over Chrome’s rendering. Performance One of the many reasons why Mozilla’s Firefox is so popular is the speed and speed improvements. So, is Opera’s rendering good enough? Sadly, no. Opera’s rendering takes a beating on most sites. On my MacBook Air’ I got between 60-70% CPU utilization on most sites. This is more of a concern when the performance of the browser comes in play. However, on the Retina MacBook Air’ I’s a completely different story. In Safari, it’s at 100% CPU utilization on most pages, with even a couple running at 80% CPU. On the iPad this varies greatly depending on the page, but usually in the 90% — 100% range. This isn’t a case of running a bad browser or simply not getting what you are after. This is very real hardware. If you do want.

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