Adds a bookmark the the current page. This is displayed in the "bookmarks" pane in most PDF readers and allows a user to quickly jump to the bookmarked page of the document.
Returns a bookmark identifier which can be used to denote the parent in another pdf_add_bookmark() function call. While the parent parameter is optional, specifying no bookmark or a bookmark of 0 means the bookmark will be created as a top-level bookmark. Specifying a value of 1 for the open parameter means that children bookmarks will be displayed in expanded form. A value of 0 means the bookmarks children will be hidden.
In the example below, the bookmarks pane is shown as open when the document is opened using pdf_set_parameter() .
<?php //create new document $pdf = pdf_new(); pdf_open_file($pdf); pdf_begin_page($pdf, 500, 700); // show bookmarks pane on document open pdf_set_parameter($pdf, "openmode", "bookmarks"); // add parent bookmark $bookmark = pdf_add_bookmark($pdf, "Parent Bookmark"); $font = pdf_findfont($pdf, "Courier", "host", 0); pdf_setfont($pdf, $font, 20); pdf_show_xy($pdf, "Hello World", 50, 650); // add child bookmark $bookmark = pdf_add_bookmark($pdf, "Child Bookmark", $bookmark); pdf_end_page($pdf); pdf_close($pdf); // display document $data = pdf_get_buffer($pdf); header("Content-type: application/pdf"); header("Content-disposition: inline; filename=test.pdf"); header("Content-length: " . strlen($data)); echo $data; ?>
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