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Dill

Does anybody know about a CSS3 paged media stylesheet for asciidoctor html output?
























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mojavelinux
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I've played around with the paged styles in the past. Unfortunately, that spec isn't well supported.


Of course, nothing is stopping you from using it. You could use a docinfo file to add additional CSS to the HTML or just create a custom stylesheet and use that.

Did you have a more specific question about it?

Cheers,

-Dan

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Dill
paged media is not well supported in webbrowsers, but there are several converters that output very good quality PDFs.
Here is a good overview: https://print-css.rocks/
Also have a look at this sample page: http://www.pdfreactor.com/samples/

Right now I use asciidoctor to output docbook5 (I have a basic docbook print css) and convert it with pdfreactor.
Compared to the direct docbook xml editing and xsl-fo rendering, asciidoctor and css print is a great step forward for me.






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On Sun, Nov 20, 2016 at 6:51 AM, Dill [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Compared to the direct docbook xml editing and xsl-fo rendering, asciidoctor and css print is a great step forward for me.

I 100% agree with that. I think messing with XSL-FO is way too expensive.

-Dan


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