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With its simple editing capabilities and diverse style portfolio, sometimes working with documents in Microsoft Word is just easier. However, due to the complex design of a DOCX file, it can occasionally take a significant amount of time out of your day to perform the conversion from the initial format to DOCX. In this tutorial, we will focus on how you can simplify transforming an HTML document to DOCX by utilizing an API in Swift.

To perform the operation, all you will need is the HTML file or file URL and your API key to input into the following example…

When you have web pages that have variations of the same content, setting a canonical URL can be incredibly useful for instructing search engines on which pages are duplicates of each other. This is particularly true when you have a retail site that sells products that vary in size, color, etc. By utilizing the following API in .NET Core, you will be able to instantly set a canonical URL for an HTML document and avoid confusing and annoying the search engines with duplicate content.

To begin, we will install the package by running this command:

Install-Package Cloudmersive.APIClient.NETCore.DocumentAndDataConvert -Version 2.2.1

With…

Obtaining the canonical URL of an HTML document will assist you in establishing if you are viewing the root version of a web page. This is helpful information for those attempting to put together sitemaps or for search engines that want to avoid duplicate content. In this tutorial, we will provide instructions on how you can use an API in .NET Core to automatically retrieve the canonical URL of a specific HTML document.

Let’s start things off by running this command to install the SDK:

Install-Package Cloudmersive.APIClient.NETCore.DocumentAndDataConvert -Version 2.2.1

Next, we can call the function with the following code:

using…

Are you working with HTML files and running into storage or sharing issues? If so, it may be easier to transform the HTML document to a Word DOCX file. This will preserve the message of the content, while providing a smaller file size and a much more functional format for sharing. In this brief tutorial, we will demonstrate how you can use an API in Go to instantly convert an HTML file to DOCX, providing a simple solution to your problem.

To ensure the process runs smoothly, you will need to input the HTML file and your API key into…

If you’ve been experiencing issues with users viewing duplicate content via inaccurate search results, we have a solution that may be able to help. By utilizing the following API in Go, you will be able to automatically set the canonical URL of an HTML document — this will inform search engines and other indexers which pages are duplicates of the preferred (canonical) URL.

All you will need for the process are the HTML file or file URL, the canonical URL to set, and your API key, all of which you will input into the below example code:

package mainimport…

Not sure if the web page you are working with is the preferred version? One way you can ensure you aren’t referring to the most up-to-date and accurate information is to retrieve the canonical URL. These URLs represent the cardinal copy of the page, and decrease the risk of duplicate content. For a quick and easy way to retrieve the canonical URL of an HTML document, you can use the following API in Go — the result will be returned in no time at all.

In order to perform the operation, simply input the target file or file URL, along…

Both the HTML and DOCX formats are known to be a bit complicated to work with when it comes to document conversions. Between the parsing, rendering, and navigation of the designs, you can find yourself in a long and tedious process. Fortunately, we are going to provide instructions on how you can use an API in JavaScript to automatically perform an HTML to DOCX conversion with barely any wait time required.

To begin, we will run this command to install jQuery:

bower install jquery

Then, we can call the conversion function with the following code:

var settings = {…

The canonical URL of a web page is the key element that informs search engines which is the primary version that should be presented to end users in search results. Sounds pretty important, right? In this quick tutorial, we will demonstrate how you can use an API in JavaScript to automatically set the rel canonical URL of an HTML document.

First, we will run this command to install jQuery:

bower install jquery

Next, we will simply input the file or file URL, canonical URL to set, and API key into the following example code:

var settings = {…

Retrieving the canonical URL of an HTML document can be helpful if you’re looking to contribute the link to a sitemap; supplying accurate canonical URLs will aid search engines in displaying the best search results for a user. To obtain the rel=canonical URL of a specific HTML document, we have a quick and easy API solution that can be run in JavaScript to simplify the entire operation.

We will start by installing the jQuery library:

bower install jquery

Post-installation, we are ready to call the function with the following code:

var settings = {
"url": "https://api.cloudmersive.com/convert/edit/html/head/get/rel-canonical-url"…

Microsoft Word DOCX documents are well-known for their compatibility, accessibility, and extensive style formatting. However, they also have a reputation for being notoriously hard to work with when it comes to document conversions. If you need to convert an HTML document to a Word file, you should put aside a good chunk of time to perform the manual process. Or, if you prefer to skip the headache and keep your productivity level high, you can use the following API in Java to instantly convert HTML to DOCX — no additional coding needed.

To get things started, we will install the…

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