Dec 11, 2015 at 10:28 PM
Edited Dec 11, 2015 at 10:46 PM
How should one go about debugging PDF errors?
When I open the PDF I get "an error exists on this page, Acrobat may not display the page correctly. Please contact the person who created the PDF document to correct the problem"
I know what part of HTML is causing the issue (by removing chunks until it rendered), but I don't know WHY. The HTML is totally valid.
BUYER: <br />
Buyers Name Here<br />
Buyers Address Here<br />
City, State ZIP
Sellers Name Here<br />
Sellers Address Here<br />
City<span>, </span>State<span> </span>ZIP<br /><br />
When I remove this table from the rest of the document, the PDF renders fine.
How do I debug these errors?
Through some more random thrashing around, I found the issue is caused by having a table cell that goes to more than one line. So, if I remove the <br /> tags, it works fine... I can replicate it using <p> and <div> tags within the cells as
well. Still need to know if there is a good way to debug this sort of stuff