Minneapolis-based Siteimprove has just announced the integration of a new PDF scanning feature into its SaaS Web Governance Suite. The new functionality can be configured to scan through hosted and embedded PDFs for broken links and issues with accessibility.Read More »
Given the sheer amount of content on the web these days, it can be useful to
filter results based on file format. In this PDF article, Dan Shea has a quick
look at a recently released PDF-only search engine, explains how to find PDFs
quickly using Google, and briefly compares the two.
A lot of people dislike the experience of viewing a PDF in a web browser. A common complaint is that users are typically in for a long wait, because a separate desktop application needs to be launched and embedded within the browser before the PDF can be displayed. Google Chrome’s new native PDF viewer offers a neat solution to this issue, according to Planet PDF’s Rowan Hanna.Read More »
This month we had the opportunity to catch up to Thad McIlroy, editor and founder of ‘The Future of Publishing’, a highly regarded website that monitors news on the digital publishing front and where digital publishing is heading. Thad recently released an in-depth report titled, ‘Adobe’s Designs on Web Analytics: The Omniture Acquisition’ which is available at The Future Of Publishing site.Read More »
As mentioned in Dan Shea’s column from last week, Vitrium Systems has released protectedpdf Small Business Edition (SBE). Randa Codron, Marketing Manager for Vitrium said this release is the first DRM solution that does not require readers to download and install either a plug-in for Adobe Reader or a third-party proprietary viewer.Read More »