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Save Webpages as PDF in Safari on iPad without Third-Party Apps

Save Webpages as PDF in Safari on iPad without Third-Party Apps | mrpbps iDevices |
Without using any third-party app, webpages can be easily and quickly saved as PDF from within Safari.

Via Jon Samuelson
John Pearce's insight:

This could be quite useful though I must admit that I tend not to use Safari as a browser of choice, (only when it opens as the default browser). Given the option uses a javascript command line and bookmarks these instructions should alos work with other browsers.

mrsjgarcia's comment, May 3, 2013 9:41 PM
This is great. thanks very much for sharing Chris's stuff.
Chris Carter's comment, May 4, 2013 10:15 AM
Thank you Carmel, and thank you , too, mrsjgarcia!
Rob van Ockenburg, mediacoach bij Accrete's curator insight, May 13, 2013 4:44 AM

Handig om te bewaren

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Adding Bookmarklets on iPad and iPhone

"I don't use Safari on my desktop, so I don't sync my bookmarks to my iDevices. So I took a few minutes to copy the Javascript from all my bookmarklets and made this iPhone/iPad formatted page with all the Javascript in a selectable textarea for each bookmarklet. This way I could open up the page on my gadgets, and in about 5 minutes have all of my important bookmarklets loaded into Safari on both my iPad and my iPhone."

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