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ColdFusion Create An Image From An HTML Page

Posted on 2009-12-27
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Can you take an HTML page and create a GIF/PNG/JPEG image from it? I know about iText for PDF (and I'm sure it does images), but seems a bit of overkill.

What I specifically want is to send a function an HTML page and have it spit back a flat image of that page.
Question by:yetti78

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BTW, I'm on ColdFusion 8 Enterprise on Windows.
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For html only, you can use a combo of cfdocument/cfpdf.

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external API. For example, STFW for Screengrab

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