HTML <blockquote> and <p> ignored in BindHTML


#1

The HTML tags

and

are ignored when using BindHTML to create a pdf. Are they supposed to be ignored, or should they cause the text to be indented?

If it is not supported, has anyone else figured out a more automatic way to have html text indented in the pdf file. Currently we are parsing the html text and using the api to create the document using Text.Margin.Left property of the Text object. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


#2

Dear mediaedge,
Thank you for considering Aspose.
In the lastest release of aspose.pdf, we have not ignore the HTML tags

and

. We both add a blank line before and after the text. I think that the

tag should cause the text to be indented but the

should’t. We plan to support the

tags cause the text to be indented in next month.
Best regards.

#3

We have not seen Aspose.Word work effectively with blockquote tags, can we get a more specific time frame as to when blockquotes will be supported. We are looking to purchase Aspose once blockquotes are properly supported html tags.


#4

Dear mediaedge,

Thank you for considering Aspose.

We will try our best to add support for blockquotes early next month.


#5

Will ‘blockquotes’ ever be supported HTML tags when importing HTML into Aspose.Word


#6

Dear mediaedge,

Thank you for considering Aspose.

Please post this question in the Aspose.Word forum.