I’m currently building a website that shows a diagram when a certain object is clicked on (with properties a, b, m and s). Problem is, the diagram is in pdf format and I want to show it like an image (no toolbars, no plug-in viewer, just the diagram). I tried using toolbar=0, which works fine in all browsers but firefox.
this is the code I use. I also tried using iframe and embed instead of object, however they fail to show the error message when the desired pdf is not available (which is crucial in this case).
/*document.getElementById("plot-container").innerHTML = "<object data='"+a+"-"+b+"-"+ Number(10+(s*2))+"-"+m+".pdf#toolbar=0' width='100%'> <p>errormessage</p> </object>";*/
Since I am new to js i am not sure how to proceed here. I also want to mention that there are more than 30,000 different plots this function can potentially call, so manually converting them is not really an option.
Is there a way to use an in-line pdf to image converter? or specify a certain pdf viewer to be used, so toolbar=0 works for firefox as well?