Help with converting complex webpages to pdf.

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Jul 19, 2022 Jul 19, 2022

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So, I created an e-portfolio for professional/education purposes, and I wanted to find a forever way of keeping it with me because my university keeps playing hot potato with the website company that manages it. 

 

I have tried in the past to use Adobe Pro to convert my webpages to pdfs preserving links, images, documents, backgrounds, etc. It didn't work (this was a year or so ago, so I hoped things have been updated). When I attempted, adobe would only do parts of it, and said parts would run over and definitely not be professional looking.  

So, I come to this forum to see if something had changed, or if there was something I was missing: i.e. don't use webpages but html files, or something.

 

Here is a link to one of those complex pages with documents/powerpoints embeded within: https://stjohns.digication.com/watt-eportfolio/goal-1-artifact-1 

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