Is there any information on what CSS styling is accepted and what is ignored/rejected by the PDF Conversion (Flow)?
I am testing the nested div (containers aligned side by side) in the HTML file and tried both Float and Flexbox to no avail.
Using tables for formatting is what I am trying to avoid.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
When using the Internet Explorer based HTML to PDF option (the default in pre 8.3 releases, from 8.3 onwards the Print CSS media type is enabled by default), the PDF Converter does not go through Internet Explorer's print processing engine, so any print specific CSS entries are not used. If you have control over the page that is being converted then you can add some logic inside the page that looks at a query string parameter ( e.g. ?pdfconversion=true). Based on this parameter being present you can then emit different CSS / HTML that improves the formatting, e.g. a different page width. In SharePoint this can be achieved by modifying the master page or inserting a hidden 'content editor web part'.
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