An Editoria Community meeting invitation

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A year in the paginated world

December is here. The time to look at where we’re at with paged.js, what we managed to do, and have a look at what the community has been building.

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An overview of the Paged Media × PrePostPrint workshop

From Wednesday 28 to Friday 30 November, a group of people interested in automated composition with HTML and CSS met for a series of workshops about “Paged Media × PrePostPrint”.

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PagedMedia & PrePostPrint Workshop

Regristrations for the workshops are now closed.
PagedMedia & PrePostPrint is a series of workshops happening in the last three days of November 2018. Included here is a small overview of what we’re going to talk about and the form to register.

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Paginating Math

Paged.js can work with other JavaScripts to extend the type of content you are trying to produce. Today, we will look at a very simple use case: the addition of an external script transforming Math content before pagination.

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Paged Media one-day workshop 19 October 2018

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18 October 2018 – Editoria Community Meeting

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Paged.js – sneak peeks

Six months ago, Fred Chasen and Julie Blanc started to work on a library to paginate content in the browser. Today, that tool has a name, and even if it’s not bulletproof yet, I wanted to show an example of what we can do with it. And the best part is that it’s only the beginning.

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What is the Paged Media initiative?

At the beginning of the year, we announced the Paged Media initiative as a community driven open source solution to help anyone who wants to print content with web technologies. Before looking at what we’ve been up to for the last five months, in upcoming articles, let’s have a look at what’s possible the gaps we’re trying to fill.

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Paged Media approaches : page floats

In CSS specifications, the float property is very interesting. The property indicates that an element is to be removed from the normal flow and instead be placed into a different place – currently, on the right or left side of its container. Text and other inline elements will then surround the floated element.

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