When you look at a web page and a PDF file, what do you see? Not many people are aware of the fact that PDF and HTML share some of the same characteristics and both are often compared side by side. If given the chance to jot down differences and similarities, your list might include some of the following:
Both are universal formats in that all browsers can accommodate HTML just as all computers can support PDF. They are also portable in that you can electronically send either format as a file over the Internet.
PDF and HTML formats can enhance each other in similar ways. An example includes the web-functionality in a PDF file. Internet links and images in PDF documents are possible. Likewise, PDFs can be used on HTML-based web sites to include supplementary content such as articles or forms.
Thus, it's easy to see why PDF and HTML can be considered competitive forms although they aren't derived from the same technologies.
Users can use the conversion capability of Able2Extract to convert from PDF to HTML.
The software also has PDF creation build in, so for those wanting to go from HTML to PDF, Able2Extract will surely do the trick.