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The Dompdf team is happy to announce the availability of the Dompdf 0.7.0 beta.

Change highlights since 0.6.1
 - Added namespace support
 - Restructured code for the implementation of PSR-2 coding standard
 - Removed non-library code (load_font.php, dompdf.php, the www content)
 - Updated DejaVu fonts to v2.34
 - Optimized performance by removing pre-5.3 code

Migration Notice
In the process of updating the code layout and structure we have dropped use of dompdf_config.inc.php. Unlike previous versions of dompdf, you will not be able to update without making changes to your code. Please visit the release notes linked above for more information about migrating from earlier versions of dompdf.

Please post any questions, comments, or suggestions to the support group (http://groups.google.com/group/dompdf). Issues can be posted to the issue tracker (https://github.com/dompdf/dompdf/issues).

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The DOMPDF team is happy to announce the availability of DOMPDF 0.6.0 beta 3. You can find the download of this pre-release on the code site at http://code.google.com/p/dompdf/downloads.

The list of changes in this release is pretty big. This release was focused on bug fixes, support of new CSS properties (such as float and @font-face), and improved font handling. Our focus moving forward to the final release of DOMPDF 0.6.0 will be addressing bugs in the current build.

Please note that since this is a beta release, we can't offer any assurances that it is stable enough for production environments. Though informal testing on our own systems shows the code to perform at least as well as DOMPDF 0.5.2, we highly recommend that you perform sufficient testing to ensure that the code meets your requirements if you decide to implement on a public site.

Thank you all for your support and patience as we move forward. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter!
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+barang sorn By default CSS Floats are disabled in DOMPDF.  To enable them, edit your dompdf_config.custom.inc.php file and uncomment the line that says 'define("DOMPDF_ENABLE_CSS_FLOAT", true);'.  This will enable CSS Floats.
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The next beta is coming!
With cool features like @font-face, an HTML5 parser, nth-child selectors, improved PNG support, "rem" CSS unit, a ready-to use font installer, and CSS float!!
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Thanks guys, not sure what I'd do without dompdf!
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The Dompdf team is happy to announce the availability of Dompdf 0.6.1. 
You can find the download at https://github.com/dompdf/dompdf/releases/tag/v0.6.1

 # Change highlights since 0.5.2
 * Fonts: Full Unicode support (with embedded fonts); DejaVu fonts pre-installed; php-font-lib now provides font handling and sub-setting
 * CSS: float support, border radius, transparency,@page, @font-face, generated content, fixed-positioning, transformations
 * HTML: HTML5 Parser cleans your HTML syntax
 * Images: Expanded image handling (including alpha transparency); added support for Data-URI image sources
 * Performance improvements
 * The project is now hosted on GitHub (the Google Code project is being temporarily maintained).

# What's next ?
We are now focusing on following new PHP standards (PSR-0 to PSR-4, Composer integration, unit tests, etc.). To achieve this, we will be dropping support for PHP 5.2 and the library will be only compatible with PHP 5.3.3+ as of Dompdf 0.7.0. Some work on this was already started by Gabriel Bull, who joined the team recently.

We hope you'll enjoy this release.
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Font subsetting is now on the list of the new features that will be in the next beta ;)
Enable it with DOMPDF_ENABLE_FONTSUBSETTING with the latest rev from the trunk.
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dompdf is an HTML to PDF converter. At its heart, dompdf is (mostly) CSS 2.1 compliant HTML layout and rendering engine written in PHP. It is a style-driven renderer: it will download and read external stylesheets, inline style tags, and the style attributes of individual HTML elements. It also supports most presentational HTML attributes.