I'm new to the community, and would like feedback on the most cost effective and efficient way to convert a pdf to an HTML or Webpage. What programs and solutions within Adobe or outside of Adobe are people using and the pros and cons of the various software and methods available. Thank you.
The web is completely capable of posting PDFs on like as PDFs. The page link would be the title of the document, sort of <mywebpage.com/this-is-my-pdf.pdf>. The viewer could then see the PDF in the browser or using the browsers headsupdisplay, click on a download link and download the PDF.
Is that what you're looking for?
Hi Gary, this is very helpful. Thank you, Jason
It's best not to do this. But you must have a reason to want to, can you share your reasons with us, to give us a chance to get with you.
Thanks for the response. The main goal in asking this is to find out if there exists a relatively simple process of converting a pdf image into an HTML without having to do all the coding. I have a pdf that I'd like to try this with. I understand that I can create a link to the pdf and click on the pdf to open it up, but it is an extra step to the end user and if there is a way to transfer the issue from the pdf page into an HTML, that is what I wanted to know. Let me know if someone can tell me if this can be done and what would potentially be involved with pros and cons of doing it. Thank you for the patience and understanding if my question is not clear.