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HTML5/CSS3/SVG/Web Fonts/MathML, etc.
Optimal layout is adapted automatically on different page or screen sizes.
User can adjust font size, multi-column settings, etc.
Print, eBook, and Web can be produced at once from HTML (XML) + CSS source.
Supports multi-column, page numbering, running headers and footers, footnotes, cross references, optimal positioning of figures, and text wrapping around arbitrary shapes, and more.
Supports vertical text, ruby annotation, line breaking rules, etc.
Being based on a Web browser engine, the newest Web standards such as HTML5, CSS3, Web fonts, SVG, MathML, are ready to use.
From posters to leaflets, from full HD PC screens to smartphones or ebook readers, etc.—any viewing environment can be adapted.
User can change font size, multi-column settings, etc. by preference. It meets a variety of user needs.