CSS to be included when generating pdf file.
The Advanced > Formatting (CSS) field gives you formatting options (font size and color) for the output.
Available CSS Classes:
Figure 5: This figure illustrates the CSS classes used in the form layout.
Font & Unicode
There are a few fonts (added by default) that you can use in CSS formatting. They are:
For Unicode content, you can use the following fonts for Asian languages (i.e., Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean):
Note : "STSong-Light" gives the best result for Chinese; "MSung-Light" for Traditional Chinese; "HeiseiMin-W3" for Japanese; and "HYGoThic-Medium" for Korean.
Example for Thai Unicode:
1. Add the following CSS into Export Form Email Tool > "Formatting (CSS)" field:
2. Download the THSarabun.ttf font file and copy it to "[Tomcat Directory]/webapps/ROOT" folder.
Note: From Joget v6.0.18, it now supports adding additional font for datalist pdf export and FormPdfUtil by adding the font file to folder "/wflow/fonts" directory and configure the font in "fonts.csv" file in the same directory with format "font family name, file name, encoding". For the sample, kindly refer to the "fonts.csv" file.
|Header (HTML)||Header in HTML to be included when generating pdf file.|
|Repeat header on every page?||If checked, the Header (HTML) will be included in every subsequent pages in the generated pdf file.|
|Footer (HTML)||Footer in HTML to be included when generating pdf file.|
|Repeat footer on every page?||If checked, the Footer (HTML) will be included in every subsequent pages in the generated pdf file.|