_Samuel Huylebroeck - iText Software_In this talk, we&apos;ll take a look at how web site designers use HTML and CSS to create a web site that looks well on every device. We&apos;ll convert this HTML to PDF, and discover how we can use CSS to create different PDFs, as if the PDF format itself was a special type of device. We&apos;ll play with media queries to render the PDF using different page sizes, using accessibility parameters, and intended use. By doing so, we&apos;ll make the case for a new format that bundles different variations of the same content in one file.
Diagram from from: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Responsive_webdesign
Tagged PDF intended to be used by tools for text and graphic extraction automatic reflow processing text (indexing, searching, spell-checking) Conversion to other file formats Accessibility support Basic layout model: rules for describing arrangement of structure elements on a page
Pagination: Content stay together Tables: splitting, repeating content, repeating headers Layout in iText7: Renderer framework, layout results Media query support: Link back to responsive design, put emphasis on parallels