Python to Download GeeksForGeeks Articles as PDF with Full Source Code For Beginners

This script takes a link to the GeeksForGeeks article as input and downloads the complete article as a pdf at the default download location.


  • selenium
  • requests
  • webdriver-manager

Run the Script:

Code language: CSS (css)

Source Code:

from selenium import webdriver from import ChromeDriverManager import json import requests # article url # URL = "" def get_driver(): # chrome options settings chrome_options = webdriver.ChromeOptions() settings = { "recentDestinations": [ {"id": "Save as PDF", "origin": "local", "account": ""} ], "selectedDestinationId": "Save as PDF", "version": 2, } prefs = { "printing.print_preview_sticky_settings.appState": json.dumps(settings) } chrome_options.add_experimental_option("prefs", prefs) chrome_options.add_argument("--kiosk-printing") # launch browser with predefined settings browser = webdriver.Chrome( executable_path=ChromeDriverManager().install(), options=chrome_options ) return browser def download_article(URL): browser = get_driver() browser.get(URL) # launch print and save as pdf browser.execute_script("window.print();") browser.close() if __name__ == "__main__": URL = input("provide article URL: ") # check if the url is valid/reachable if requests.get(URL).status_code == 200: try: download_article(URL) print("Your article is successfully downloaded") except Exception as e: print(e) else: print("Enter a valid working URL")
Code language: PHP (php)

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