Am 15.08.2013 09:05, schrieb Aditya Mahajan:
> On Wed, 14 Aug 2013, D. K. wrote:
> 
>> Hi everyone,
>>
>> in my quest to generate tagged pdf's that meet nowaday's accessibility
>> requirements (it seems to me that tags are the major hurdle when using
>> tex), I came around context.
>>
>> There is a very interesting article on how to generate tagged pdf's with
>> context mkiv.
>> http://www.tug.org/TUGboat/tb31-3/tb99hagen.pdf
>>
>> A quick sample run of the examples shown in the above pdf with context
>> however doesn't yield a nice result. Checking with the pdf accessibility
>> checker
>> http://www.access-for-all.ch/en/pdf-lab/pdf-accessibility-checker-pac.html
>>
>> for example, the generated pdf fails completely and is not considered
>> to be
>> tagged.
>>
>> Could someone point me in the right direction? Is there any kind of
>> tutorial or minimal example from where I could work on? Are there any
>> (hidden) options that need to be set in order to activate tagging
>> support?
> 
> Have you seen http://wiki.contextgarden.net/PDFX
>

Tagging is part of PDF/A, but the interface is the same.

"pdf/a-1a:2005" and "pdf/a-1b:2005" are the used 'format' names for
PDF/A. Never used it myself, so I can't tell much about it.

Peter
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