On 05/11/2013 12:26 PM, Norbert Preining wrote:
Does anyone have experience with authoring for web and print. I.e.,
we want to maintain only one format and generate both web pages and
printed documentation from it. Is there intrinsic or through addons
support in ConteXt for this?

Any suggestion would be greatly welcome

I think the most natural route would be to author your content in generic xml. This can be wonderfully processed in ConTeXt, and you can use XSLT to produce xhtml. In theory, you could also directly process xhtml in ConTeXt, but personally (mind you, I'm no authority on these questions at all) writing xml (such as docbook) gives you more wiggle room, should you ever want to reuse your content (just think your organization uses a new CMS, and you need a different form of html).

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