Prince creates PDF metadata from the content of the XHTML metadata elements.
The content of the
<title> element is used for the
document title, while the
<meta> element can be used to
specify the document author, subject, keywords, date, and generator
<html> <head> <title>Cooking with Cabbage</title> <meta name="author" content="John Smith"/> <meta name="subject" content="An interesting book about food"/> <meta name="keywords" content="cabbage, cooking, eating"/> <meta name="date" content="2009-04-01"/> <meta name="generator" content="MyReportingApp"/> </head>
Additionally, XMP metadata can be added to a PDF file from an XMP file. This
file needs to be passed to Prince either via the
command-line option, the prince-pdf-xmp CSS property, or it
Prince includes data from the <x:xmpmeta> element and its contents. The xpacket processing instructions are ignored, as Prince generates those itself when it produces the PDF file.
Please note that the
--pdf-xmp command-line option
require either a URL pointing to an XMP file, or an encoded