In recent months we put a lot of work into building a PDF to HTML5 converter to increase accessibility to users and does not require lots of technical knowledge to use. The Converter allowing users to convert their content through a simple web based interface, and ideal for low usage, and for those that like to fine tune things there is quite a bit of customization options available which were added recently.
To help make it as easy as possible to use, and help you understand what the advance customization options are and what they mean, we have written a simple guide which avoids all the Jargon to help you make sense of the options available and guide you through configuring the converter to get your HTML5 content the way you want it. You can download and even printout our handy simple, illustrated guide. It comes with a step by step guide and explanations on all the advance customization options.
If you have any suggestions for a new guide or feel more could be added to this guide or any of our other guides, please let us know.
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