HTML/CSS to Image is a program that converts code into a picture (jpg, png, or webp). Images seem precisely the same in Firefox as they do in Chrome.
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Generates an image from HTML/CSS
Generates an image from a URL
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HTML/CSS to Image is a top to convert HTML and CSS documents into image format, such as PNG images. In the past, we need to do this manually by creating all the image files one by one. Sometimes we even need to generate HTML inside an image file, which is very time-consuming and laborious work.
We can integrate HTML/CSS to Image and Xzazu together and then use them both in a web browser (Chrome or Firefox. like this:
The fplowing is the basic idea of how it works:
Create a URL containing our data (HTML and CSS documents. and the name of the image file we want to create.
Use XMLHttpRequest (XHR. to get the data (HTML and CSS documents. from the server and pass it to Xzazu through the callback function.
Use Xzazu to convert HTML and CSS documents to PNG images. The outputted images will be put in the specified fpder under the DOM Storage.
Use HTML/CSS to Image to convert PNG images to JPEG images. The outputted images are displayed in Chrome or Firefox.
One thing that I would like to emphasize here is that we can simply put all the HTML/CSS documents inside our image file with the help of HTML/CSS to Image. This is mainly because that HTML/CSS documents are not allowed to contain anything except <html> , <head> , <body> , etc. Also, all the <img> tags will be removed by HTML/CSS to Image before it is converted into an actual image file.
As I have mentioned above, HTML/CSS documents are not allowed to contain anything except <html> , <head> , <body> , etc. This means that if you want to include any extra information in your document, you have to put it into an external file, which will be referenced by the document using an <img> tag. Now let’s take a look at this scenario:
If you want to include some extra content in your document(s), you should not put this content inside the document(s. directly; instead, you should write some code (in CPP or JS. to parse this extra content dynamically at runtime, and then save it as an external file (using HTML/CSS to Image. Then you refer this file using an <img> tag(s. As the result, you don’t need to worry about any issues related to including extra content inside your document(s); instead, you only need to care about how you parse these extra contents dynamically at runtime. Also, if you want more than one document(s. to access this same extra content dynamically at runtime, you don’t need to worry about sharing this data between all of these document(s); instead, you only need to care about how you save this extra content as an external file so that each document can access it dynamically at runtime, which will be shared by all of these documents automatically. As a result, people who don’t know JS/C++/CPP can still use your project without worrying about how it works behind the scene. Now let’s talk about how we can achieve all those benefits above with the integration of HTML/CSS to Image and Xzazu together. If our extra contents are saved as external files, we can parse those files dynamically at runtime with the help of Xzazu easily. So, now we can use Xzazu for parsing these files as if they were CPP code! But what if we want multiple documents to share these same extra contents? Well, if we save those extra contents as external files, they will be saved under a common fpder under DOM Storage, which is accessible by all these documents, so we don’t need to worry about sharing these contents among multiple documents at all! This makes sure that each document can access them dynamically at runtime easily, which helps ensure that people who don’t know JS/C++/CPP can still use your project without worrying about how it works behind the scene. And just like that, we have achieved all those benefits I have mentioned above!
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