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Hypertext Markup Language. Hypertext is a computer language of the World Wide Web. The rules of HTML define the manner in which text; images, links and so on are represented in a web browser. For document with little or no graphics and where the requirement on precise document layout is not high, HTML is a good choice. Unlike Plain Text HTML enabled web pages and documents to be linked to one another for the user to have a wider spectrum of information on the net. Content capture services include: Quark TM, PageMaker TM and MS Word TM to PDF and XML. Complete Tagging for XML, SGML & HTML. Up to 99.995% text accuracy from scanned documents. Most database formats supported. Complete validation, data processing and fully customizable services.



E-publishing is short for electronic publishing, referring to a type of publishing that does not include printed books. E-publishing instead takes the format of works published online, on a compact disk, emailed, or provided in a file format compatible with handheld electronic readers. E-publishing is an alternate form of publication especially attractive to new writers. There are advantages and disadvantages to e-publishing over traditional printed books.

E-Pub Customers we handled

  • Wiley Blackwell
  • Yale University Press
  • Pearson
  • Yale University Press
  • Hachette UK
  • Cengage
  • Addison-Wesley
  • Routledge
  • John Wiley & Sons
  • Hachette US
  • Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Oxford University Press
  • Cambridge University Press
  • Penguin UK

Process in E-Pub

  • PDF to E-PUB Conversion
  • Word to E-PUB Conversion
  • E-PUB to E-PUB Conversion
  • In design to E-PUB Conversion