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PDFme is a Chrome extension to convert a website to PDF. What you see is what you get!
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PDFme is a Chrome extension to convert a website to PDF, splitting it into individual A4 pages.

What you see is what you get!

If you have ever tried printing a webpage or converting it to a multipage PDF, you've encountered this issue: More often than not the print dialogue completely massacres the entire website.

But how can it be that in a world of self-driving cars and quantum computers, you still can't properly print websites?

This is why, together with my good friend Alexandra, I decided to tackle this very problem and develop a simple Chrome extension that enables the printing of webpages as is.


  1. Clone the repo
  2. Open Chrome
  3. Go to chrome://extensions
  4. Enable Developer mode in the top right corner
  5. Load unpacked extension
  6. Select the directory that was created when cloning this repo


To convert the current tab to PDF, just click on the extension in your address bar and a new window containing screenshots of the webpage. You can now print this new window (and/or download as a PDF). Just close it once you're done.


  • Create a logo/icon
  • Return to the user's scroll position before capturing
  • Don't capture the scroll bar
  • Automatically open the print dialogue in new window
    • Close window once printed
  • Dynamically slice the screenshots to completely fill the A4 pages
  • Only capture the middle portion of the screen. That way the navbar will be captured only once.
  • Delete duplicated section at the bottom of the document


Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.



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