Wikipublisher is a Typesetting Engine that re-purposes Web content for print, with 2 mouse-clicks. It provides a Web-based Book Production platform.
- Turn Web pages into beautiful print
- Wikipublisher is an extension to PmWiki. It supports collaborative creation of print documents which draw their content from wiki web pages. In fact any web page able to be recast as Wikibook XML can be composed into a print-friendly PDF document.
- Make a print version of any page
- Sites with Wikipublisher installed look and act like normal wiki sites, with a PDF icon on every page. Some pages, such as those showing trails, page lists or categories, may have a Typeset button; pressing this button composes the listed pages into a single document.
- Choose the print style
- Readers can customise the look of the printed output, such as add a watermark, choose A4 or US letter page size, and use serif or sans serif fonts. Authors can define a default look. If a page includes a bibliography, an author can specify numbered or author–year citations.
Try it: click the PDF icon. Experiment with the options (perhaps you prefer a sans-serif font). Press the Typeset trail button; read the Welcome Letter, User Guide, or Slideshow. Look at the example book.
Find out more:
PDF settings (show)
- toc: on (generate a table of contents for an article or book chapter)
- colorlinks: on (use colour to denote hyperlinks)
- marginshift: on (format pages with wide outer margins)
The site is running pmwiki-2.2.18 and wikipublisher-2.2.39 (Wednesday, 25 April 2012).
“I’m setting up a pilot of PmWiki/WikiPublisher for a collaborative writing project at Buffalo State College. The print output is a very attractive feature, and PmWiki’s great flexibility make it a likely winner. Good work.” — Kevin Hayes