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Caution: This documentation is for eZ Publish legacy, from version 3.x to 5.x.

Template PDF functions

anchor Creates an internal link anchor (DEPRECATED).
create_index Creates an index based on the specified keywords (DEPRECATED).
filled_circle Creates a filled circle (DEPRECATED).
filled_rectangle Creates a filled rectangle (DEPRECATED).
footer Sets the footer (DEPRECATED).
footer_block Inserts complex footers (DEPRECATED).
frame_header Sets the header text (DEPRECATED).
frontpage Adds content to the frontpage (DEPRECATED).
header Inserts a header / title (DEPRECATED).
header_block Inserts a complex header (DEPRECATED).
image Inserts an image to the PDF document (DEPRECATED).
keyword Adds a keyword to the keyword index (DEPRECATED).
line Draws a line (DEPRECATED).
link Inserts an external link (DEPRECATED).
new_line Inserts a new line (DEPRECATED).
new_page Inserts a new page (DEPRECATED).
page_number Starts the page number counter (DEPRECATED).
set_font Changes the default font (DEPRECATED).
set_margin Sets the page margins or line spacing (DEPRECATED).
strike Inserts striked text (DEPRECATED).
table Inserts a table (DEPRECATED).
text This function inserts formatted text into the PDF document (DEPRECATED).
text_box Inserts text at a specified location (DEPRECATED).
text_frame Inserts a text with a frame (DEPRECATED).
toc Inserts a generated table of contents (DEPRECATED).
ul Inserts a bullet list (DEPRECATED).

Balazs Halasy (15/04/2005 11:21 am)

Balazs Halasy (15/04/2005 11:25 am)


  • Is PDF Export deprecated ?

    I really don't understand how this is possible.
    In my opinion, eZpublish developers should have come up with a replacement instead of simply "deprecating" all of these functions. Even if we all know these functions shouldn't be used, we are forced to use them still.

    Or is the whole concept of exporting to PDF deprecated ?

    I sincerely hope for an explanation from eZpublish.
    • Re: Is PDF Export deprecated ?

      Deprecated means it will be replaced by something else over time ... so for now, you can still use them (with the limitations it has)

      Best regards