Creating HTML or EPUB

Creating HTML from tagged PDF

Converts a tagged PDF file into HTML, which can be opened in a browser to check the tagging strukture or viewing the content in various styles.

--createhtml <PDF file> 

It is possible to create own Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to adjust the visual appearance of the created EPUB.

--stylefolder=<path to folder> 

By adjusting the <tag-and-attrib-processing.cfg> in the /config folder of the predefined templates, it is possible to suppress tags or attri-­butes or their content as well as replacing tags or attributes by other tags or attributes.

Creating EPUB from tagged PDF

Converts a tagged PDF file into EPUB, which is the standard format for eBooks.

--createepub <PDF file> 

Defining the EPUB level will result in the respective standard conformance.

--level=[2|3] 

When one or more tags are defined, new chapters will be created at these contents.

--chapter=[TAG,][TAG,]... 

It is possible to create own Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to adjust the visual appearance of the created EPUB.

--stylefolder=<path to folder> 

The visual appearance of the created EPUB files can easily adjusted by modifying a CSS-file. Predefined templates are located in the folder ../var/Actions/TaggedPDF/ExportEPUB. By changing the values in the CSS, the resulting EPUB can be adopted to individual needs. By adjusting the <tag-and-attrib-processing.cfg> in the /config folder of the predefined templates, it is possible to suppress tags or attri-­butes or their content as well as replacing tags or attributes by other tags or attributes.

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