HTML/CSS to Image + Kintone Integrations

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About HTML/CSS to Image

HTML/CSS to Image is a tool for converting code into an image (jpg, png or webp). Images render exactly like they do in Google Chrome.

About Kintone

Kintone is an all-in-one workplace platform that allows highly collaborative teams to build, share, and automate custom workflows and processes for data-driven results

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Connect HTML/CSS to Image + Kintone in easier way

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The HTML/CSS to Image and Kintone integration is a powerful combination of the two sputions. It enables content creators to easily create HTML, CSS, and Image-based rich media content in Kintone. This can be used for many different use cases, including:

  • Embedding visual analytics into dashboards and reports in Kintone
  • Creating slide shows or posters
  • Adding images to calendar events, tasks, or other objects

Integrating HTML/CSS to Image and Kintone also provides a seamless experience for users who are not familiar with HTML/CSS, and allows them to create rich media content without requiring additional skills.

  • Integration of HTML/CSS to Image and Kintone
  • Integrating HTML/CSS to Image and Kintone requires installing the CSS/HTML to Image add-on on both the HTML/CSS to Image server (for example, WordPress. and Kintone. To install the add-on on the HTML/CSS to Image server, simply click on the "Install" button for the add-on in the Add-ons tab in your HTML/CSS to Image account. The add-on will then be installed on your WordPress site.

    After installing the add-on, you must configure it. To do so, go to "Integrations > CSS to Image > Settings", and enter the URL for the Kintone app in the "Kintone API Key" field. You can find this in the Apps tab of your Kintone account under "API Key". You can also enter an image width and height for the generated image here if you would like to create images that are specific sizes. When you are done with this step, click "Save Changes".

    If you would like to integrate with a Kintone app that does not have an API key, then you need to change the integration URL to http://apps.kintone.com/{app_name} . For example, if you want to integrate with an app named "Test App", then change the URL in the settings page to. http://apps.kintone.com/test-app .

    Next, you must configure the CSS/HTML to Image add-on in your Kintone account. In your Kintone account, go to Integrations > Plugins > CSS3 to Image and click on Install for the add-on. After it is installed, go back to Integrations > Plugins > CSS3 to Image and select the user for which you want to enable this feature. Then, go back one level to Integrations > Plugins and click on Enable for this user. Then review any additional configuration options that you may have for this plugin. Finally, click on Save Changes at the bottom of this screen.

    After all of these steps have been completed, you will now be able to create HTML, CSS, and Image-based rich media in your Kintone dashboard or report! This feature is available for all users except Admins. If Admins want to use this feature, they can switch their rpe to a different user and enable it for that user's account instead of switching their rpe completely.

  • Benefits of Integration of HTML/CSS to Image and Kintone
  • As described above, integrating HTML/CSS to Image and Kintone has many benefits. Some of these benefits include:

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