CSS or XSL-FO: Which should I use for producing print publications?

May 26, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Join us on Wednesday, June 17, at 1:00 PM EDT for CSS or XSL-FO: Which should I use for producing print publications? hosted by Xplor International and presented by Michael Miller. 

In this webinar, you will learn about the two recognized international standards available to address the fully automated formatting of pages and publications for PDF and print: CSS and XSL-FO. 

This non-technical webinar will explore the two standards and address:

  • When you should use automated document formatting versus desktop publishing
  • The motivations for and benefits of automated document formatting
  • The challenges
  • Where CSS and XSL-FO fit within solutions for the overall delivery of formatted pages and publications

We will also discuss some of the resources available and show a range of familiar publications produced using CSS and XSL-FO.

Presenter: Michael Miller, Vice President, Antenna House, Inc.

About the Presenter: Michael studied Printing Engineering and Management and has focused on high‐end composition, document formatting, and document management for over 30 years. He has an extensive background with structured data, including; SGML, XML, S1000D, and DITA. During his career, he has worked in Europe and North America and has helped with the implementations of hundreds of fully‐automated publishing and document formatting projects. Michael has been at Antenna House for 17 years and, during that time, has seen the evolution of paged output with both XSL-FO and CSS. 

 

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