March updates to Word To HTML

We have updated the site today. This is many bug fixes and backend updates. If you come across any issues with the site do let us know: [email protected]

Remember a hard refresh should fix most issues.

This is different from a normal refresh or page reload. In your web browser you need to press:

  • Windows/Linux: Ctrl+F5
  • Mac: Apple + R or Command + R

After that check, if Word to HTML works OK now.

New design for Word to HTML

We are pleased to launch our new design for Word to HTML. As we have added more features over time the user interface was getting very cluttered and complex. We always want to make sure Word to HTML is easy to use so we spent a lot of time looking into how we could simplify the interface but still giving you easy access to all the tools.

Our solution was to group together the template options into a tabbed interface, so you can easily switch to the options that you need.

Also, our file upload feature where you can upload your own Word, PDF and other documents and have them automatically converted to HTML was a bit lost in the old design. We have given this feature its own section to make it more obvious for new users.

In addition, we added a lot of whitespace to the design to make it easier on the eye and less cluttered.

We hope you like the new look

New pro feature: you can now export your HTML to Word as DOCX and as PDF

Users asked us for the ability to convert HTML to Word DOCX or Adobe PDF. This sounded like a good idea to use to we added the feature to the site. You can find these download options by clicking the arrow to the right of the save button.

In order to download your HTML please save it first then click one of ‘Download as…’ menu items. Do let us know what you think of this new feature.


New Word to HTML Pro feature: Use google or other web fonts

Google fonts are a great way to make your web-pages more visually appealing. Hundreds of great looking fonts are available, and best of all they are free.

All you have to do is decide what google fonts you want to use then on the Settings page enter the details of the font you want to use. You can select more than one if you like.

Once your fonts are defined you can then select them in visual editor: