Browser-based ebooks for your website—cop-e-boox

Use the web for supplementary material

Web page layoutEbook formats each have their own limitations. With PDF, you are limited to viewing on large computer screens. And if you are printing from PDF, you might be constrained by the amount of information you can include in extra pages within budget. With EPUB ebooks, the size of graphics and tabular data you could include are limited by the size of e-reader devices.

What if you have large appendices, complex tables, detailed graphics or even want to include multimedia? A website is the most appropriate format for all that "supplementary material". Large file sizes, lots of data—you don't have as many limitations on the web.

With cop-e-boox, you can produce web pages as another ebook product. You can produce a set of pages that you can further design for corporate branding—and you can include "value-added" products to your document (such as links to supporting documents or media).

Accessible and usable web content

Web pages and the associated cascading stylesheet (CSS) conform to W3C guidelines:

  • web coding is well-formed, valid and conforms to HTML 5
  • alternate text is included for images and tables
  • text and table styles (e.g. background colours) in the CSS file ensure that all content is legible.

Web page features

Standard web pages incorporate the following features for navigation:

  • header and footer navigation (links to previous and next pages, and to the home page)
  • links to citations in the reference list
  • links to figures and tables
  • hyperlinks to websites.

 

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