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Accessibility

Accessibility for Publishers

Disability is widespread in varying degrees. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are approximately 1 billion people worldwide who have disabilities. This is

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eBook Conversion

eBook Validation

eBook validation is an internationally approved process to check the code within the eBook to ensure that it displays well on all kinds of devices.

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eBook Conversion

eBook Conversion Software

The conversion of eBooks into the needed format like EPUB, Mobi or PDF is essential to publish. eBook conversion services  have come in handy for

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Fixed eBooks

Barnes & Noble fixed-layout

NOOK is a set of eBook readers developed based by Barnes & Noble. The reader supports fixed-layout format. It uses a relatively similar format like

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Fixed eBooks

Apple Fixed-layout

Apple books, earlier known as iBooks, is an exclusive eBook reading app by Apple. It works on all iOS and macOS devices. It supports fixed-layout

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Enhanced eBooks

Read Aloud Enhanced eBooks

Read-aloud eBooks is another variety of Enhanced eBooks which is gaining more popularity among all types of readers. It has text-to-speech format where an eBook

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Enhanced eBooks

Interactive eBooks for Children

Children’s eBooks are extremely popular today. With innovative and highly interactive features eBooks for kids have become more engaging than ever. Animation and interactivity make

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Enhanced eBooks

How to Create Enhanced eBooks

Enhanced eBooks has made the reading experience more engaging and informative. We understand the importance of delivering engaging content and provide publishers with personalized services

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HTML 5

HTML5 eLearning

Enriched functionalities give HTML5 a distinct edge over Flash in developing online learning content After a long run as the gold standard in web page

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HTML 5

HTML 5 – Conversion

Digital content delivery has matured significantly since its initial beginnings, a stage which was characterized by users facing compatibility issues. Content managers had a multitude

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