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@sgpinkus/html-to-rtf v1.3.4

Convert html to rtf format in the server


This project convert html to rtf format in the server.


This project work with NodeJS in the server side [NodeJS]:


$ npm install html-to-rtf

Getting Started

var htmlToRtf = require('html-to-rtf');
var html = `
<h1>Title <span style="color:rgb(255,0,0);">with</span> tag h1<h1>
    <p style="color:#333; margin:5px;" class="test" align="center">
        text of paragraph <b>text with bold <i>text with italic and bold</i></b><i>text with italic</i>
    <p style="color:rgb(255,0,0);" align="right">red paragraph => right with tag</p>
    <p style="color:rgb(0,0,255); text-align:center;">blue paragraph => center with style</p>
                <td><mark>column 1</mark></td>
                <td>column 2</td>
                <td><mark>column 3</mark></td>
                <td>column 4</td>
                <td>content 1</td>
                <td>content 2<br></td>
                <td>content 3<br></td>
                <td>content 4<br></td>
htmlToRtf.saveRtfInFile('<Path>/<FileName>.rtf', htmlToRtf.convertHtmlToRtf(html))

Now test in your preferred text editor (wordpad, word, libreoffice, ...).


You can't copy the output of terminal. Save the output at a file.rtf

Allowed html tags

<b>, <br>, <center>, <div>, <em>, <font>, <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, <h4>,
<h5>, <h6>, <i>, <li>, <mark>, <p>, <ol>, <s>, <span>, <sub>, <sup>,
<strong>, <table>, <td>, <th>, <tr>, <u>, <ul>

Allowed style properties

color(Hex and Rgb), font-size(px), text-align

Running the tests

$ gulp tests


  • Ozires R.S.O.F


This project is licensed under the MIT License


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