tagpdf — A package to create tagged pdf
Packageversion: 0.61 Packagedate: 2019/07/02 Author: Ulrike Fischer
The tagpdf package may be modified and distributed under the terms and conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, version 1.3c or greater.
- Readme (this file)
- tagpdf.sty (the sty)
- tagpdf-roles-code.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-mc-code-shared.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-mc-code-generic.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-mc-code-lua.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-struct-code.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-tree-code.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-space-code.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-attr-code.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-checks-code.sty (internal code)
- tagpdf-user.sty (user commands)
- tagpdf-pdftex.def (pdftex specific code)
- tagpdf-luatex.def (luatex specific code)
- tagpdf.lua (lua code for luatex)
- tagpdf.tex, tagpdf.pdf, tagpdf.bib, tagpdfdocu-patches.sty, link-figure-input.tex, pac3.png (the docu)
- various examples (part of the documentation)
Put the styles (with the exception of the tagpdfdocu-patches.sty), the .def and the lua-files where it can be found.
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tagpdf – Tools for experimenting with tagging using pdfLaTeX and LuaLaTeX
The package offers tools to experiment with tagging and accessibility using pdfLaTeX and LuaTeX. It isn’t meant for production but allows the user to try out how difficult it is to tag some structures; to try out how much tagging is really needed; to test what else is needed so that a pdf works e.g. with a screen reader.
Its goal is to get a feeling for what has to be done, which kernel changes are needed, how packages should be adapted.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Contained in||TeX Live as tagpdf|
MiKTeX as tagpdf