India’s Papertrell seeks to ‘change the DNA of books by conceptualizing and building content to have a two-way dialog creating true interactivity.’
How do authors create their digital book files and what influence does that process have on the final content? Speakers at Books in Browsers 2014 address this topic.
John Pettigrew explains the principles behind Collate it, a UK digital startup aimed at helping publishers by replicating editors’ natural workflow, online.
If you know some HTML, the next step is to learn how to style your HTML with CSS. Nick Ruffilo offers us a quick introduction to cascading stylesheets.
Many have suggested APIs are the future of publishing. But little is understood about what an API is and how how it applies to publishing. We explain and offer examples.
Future-proofing your web content begins with using HTML that provides a context for future search engines, and facilitates discovery. Here’s how to to that.
In the latest tip for publishing technologists, Nick Ruffilo discusses HTML, CSS, tags, and how to structure a document. It’s aimed at beginners, but anyone can benefit.
By Edward Nawotka The SXSW Interactive festival is currently taking place in Austin, Texas. There have been chances to discuss everything from “What happens when the New York Times dies?” and the future of news, to how to sell counterculture without selling out and the specifics of integrating HTML 5 into your workflow. What’s more, there have been nearly a …