Convert HTML to JPG

Online image converter

Convert your file from Hypertext Markup Language with a client-side image map to Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF format with this HTML to JPG converter.

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To convert in the opposite direction, click here to convert from JPG to HTML:
JPG to HTML converter

Try the JPG conversion with a HTML test file

Not convinced? Click on the following link to convert our demo file from HTML to JPG:
HTML to JPG conversion with our HTML example file.

HTML, Hypertext Markup Language with a client-side image map (.html)

HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the standard for creating websites. The idea was proposed in 1989 by physicist Tim Berners-Lee at CERN. Web browsers can read this language to interpret the coding into different texts, colors, formats (headings, paragraphs, quotes, and other semantics), hyperlinks, and can insert images or audio using URL embedding. HTML allows interactivity due to what it...
What is HTML

JPG, Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF format (.jpg)

Photos and images meant for email or posting on websites need to be compressed to reduce time of upload and download as well as to save on bandwidth. JPG files are commonly used for these purposes. The lossy compression is permanent and the lower the compression rate, the crisper the image will be. Digital cameras often operate using JPG images, and photo uploading usually request this file...
What is JPG