Convert from HTML to PDF in CSharp VB and ASP.NET with a Free 3rd Party Library

Converting from html to pdf is not an easy task. There are some tools that can do that, but most of them cost thousands of dollars. SelectPdf offers a Community Edition (FREE) of the powerful Html To Pdf Converter for .NET that can be found in the full featured pdf library.

 
 
 
 
 
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<%@ Page Title="" Language="vb" MasterPageFile="~/Samples.Master" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="http-cookies.aspx.vb" Inherits="SelectPdf.Samples.SelectPdf.Samples.http_cookies" ValidateRequest="false" %>
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    <title>SelectPdf Free Html To Pdf Converter for .NET VB.NET / ASP.NET - Sending HTTP Cookies with Html to Pdf Converter</title>
    <meta name="description" content="SelectPdf Free Html To Pdf Converter - Sending HTTP Cookies with Html to Pdf Converter Sample for VB.NET / ASP.NET. Pdf Library for .NET with full sample code in C# and VB.NET." itemprop="description">
    <meta name="keywords" content="http cookies, pdf library, sample code, html to pdf, pdf converter" itemprop="keywords">
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<asp:Content ID="Content2" ContentPlaceHolderID="mainContent" runat="server">
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            <header class="entry-header">
                <h1 class="entry-title">SelectPdf Free Html To Pdf Converter - Sending HTTP Cookies with Html to Pdf Converter - VB.NET / ASP.NET Sample</h1>
            </header>
            <!-- .entry-header -->

            <div class="entry-content">
                <p>
                    This sample shows how to send HTTP cookies to the page that will be converted using the html to pdf converter from SelectPdf Pdf Library for .NET.
                    <br />
                    <br />
                    Below, there is a link to a test page that will display the HTTP cookies sent to it. Converting this page will display the cookies sent by the html to pdf converter.
                    <br />
                    <br />
                    <asp:HyperLink ID="LnkTest" runat="server" Text="Test page" Target="_blank"></asp:HyperLink>
                </p>
                <p>
                    Url:<br />
                    <asp:TextBox ID="TxtUrl" runat="server" Width="90%" Text=""></asp:TextBox>
                    <br />
                    <br />
                    HTTP Cookies:<br />
                    <br />
                    Name: <asp:TextBox ID="TxtName1" runat="server" Width="40%" Text="Name1"></asp:TextBox>
                    Value: <asp:TextBox ID="TxtValue1" runat="server" Width="40%" Text="Value1"></asp:TextBox>
                    <br />
                    Name: <asp:TextBox ID="TxtName2" runat="server" Width="40%" Text="Name2"></asp:TextBox>
                    Value: <asp:TextBox ID="TxtValue2" runat="server" Width="40%" Text="Value2"></asp:TextBox>
                    <br />
                    Name: <asp:TextBox ID="TxtName3" runat="server" Width="40%" Text="Name3"></asp:TextBox>
                    Value: <asp:TextBox ID="TxtValue3" runat="server" Width="40%" Text="Value3"></asp:TextBox>
                    <br />
                    Name: <asp:TextBox ID="TxtName4" runat="server" Width="40%" Text="Name4"></asp:TextBox>
                    Value: <asp:TextBox ID="TxtValue4" runat="server" Width="40%" Text="Value4"></asp:TextBox>
                    <br />
                    <br />
                    <asp:Button ID="BtnCreatePdf" runat="server" Text="Create PDF" OnClick="BtnCreatePdf_Click" CssClass="mybutton" />
                </p>
            </div>
            <!-- .entry-content -->
        </article>
        <!-- #post -->
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