Thank you so much! I am so so close. Can you take a peek at my HTML? It is telling me the expression is invalid. I have two variables (images). One is called 'Logo' and the other is 'Signature'. I'm sure I just have my quotes wrong somewhere.
@concat('<DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> Img src="',variables('Logo'),'", triggerBody()['Createfile_FileContent'],<br>'img src="'variables('Signature'),'"></body</html>')
that's great, glad we're getting closer
I think there were two few < and > missing, can you try the below?
@concat('<DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <img src="',variables('Logo'),,'">', triggerBody()['Createfile_FileContent'],<br>'<img src="', variables('Signature'),'"></body</html>')
Do you know why some of my html might not be converting properly? I have a template that is modified through powerapps and generates a filled out form in html (which looks perfect) but when it gets converted to PDF there is a column cut out..
Is there also any way to make it convert taking into account the css within the html template?
Hi there, in respect to the question asked regarding the conversion of html file to PDF you can try out total html converter presented by www.coolutils.com since most of their services are regarding conversion so you can find alot of helpful material from their website i'll share the link below so you can check out. All the best.
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