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I have a newsletter that I have sent out to our contacts. I would like to export or save it as a PDF to post on our blog. I tried to copy the the HTML code into the blog, but the tables were not blog friendly. I am looking for 2 options 1) a way to remove the table formatting of the html code to then copy into a blog post 2) a way to export the newsletter that will preserve hyperlinks so that the PDF can be embedded in the web page.

Thank you

  • Could you say which CMS and version you are using, Drupal, Wordpress, Joomla etc and the version of CiviCRM? – peterb Dec 24 '17 at 9:50
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If you using CiviMail for sending newsletter than you can view the html snippet that was sent as a email body. To view the html you can go navigate to Mailings >> Scheduled and Send Mailing.

Find the mailing/newsletter name you want to convert into PDF and then click on report link besides the name. You will be redirected to CiviMail Report: [Name of Mailing] page.

Under Content / Components section you will see View Complete Message link. Open the link in new tab to see the content that was sent.

You can print this page using any one of the following method:

  1. Use browser print option to Print as PDF
  2. Use wkhtmltopdf to print the page using the url // example for drupal 7. // http://yoursite.com/civicrm/mailing/view?reset=1&id=1 $ wkhtmltopdf content-url newsletter.pdf
  3. Use online tool to print pdf using url.
  4. Use php to convert content of page into pdf.

Note: For #2 and #3 you will need to set CiviMail: view public CiviMail content permission for Anonymous user.

HTH

Pradeep

  • Thanks for the answer, but I didn't answer this question. (I just edited it.) – William Mortada Dec 29 '17 at 12:54

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