ePublisher for Newbies – Starting from Scratch

Posted on: October 3rd, 2013

Our documentation provides a lot of good information for those of you who have been working with ePublisher and want to get specific information about a topic, but admittedly it can be a bit overwhelming, so I thought I would try to distill this information for a quick-start guide in using ePublisher. By no means […]

Customizing Reverb Skins – The iconic default

Posted on: September 24th, 2013

To round out the series of blogs for our reverb customizations, we are going to go back to the default Reverb style. This is the one that most of you are familiar with probably because it has been with us for the longest time, and kudos to anyone who has been customizaing with this since […]

Customizing Reverb Skins – Gradients and the corporate skin

Posted on: August 28th, 2013

One of the neat things you can do with CSS3 is apply gradients. We use this heavily in our corporate skin, but they can be a bit confusing. We use this website in our skin.css for the Classic new to applying gradients, but it really doesn’t get it to the demonstration aspect of the gradients. […]

Customizing Reverb Skins – Getting Social

Posted on: August 27th, 2013

Instead of trying to tackle all the skins at once, I am going to do a lesson by lesson  instruction of the different skin that I have customized and different lessons learned from customization. For a review, you can refer to the last blog post by opening up ePublisher and viewing the first customization post. […]

Tips & Tricks: Customizing Reverb Output

Posted on: October 31st, 2012

Customizing Reverb Output To fully understand how Revervb can be customized, first you have to envision your final output. Once you have this vision in place, it is time to start translating that design to your WebWorks Reverb layout. Reverb is sectioned into different parts. This means you will have to access different sections within […]

Moving Existing Content Over to Reverb

Posted on: July 19th, 2012

The release of WebWorks ePublisher 2012.2 will be bringing some exciting innovations to the Reverb format. The convenience and functionality of Reverb is something we don’t want any ePublisher user to have to do without. We are often asked, “What is the level of complexity to moving content to Reverb from another format?” Well, the […]

Solving the Puzzle of Viewing Content Across Multi-Platform Devices

Posted on: July 11th, 2012

This is the second installment of my three-part blog series, which began on June 8, entitled Hot Topics From STC 2012. This series brings to light the three hottest topics at this year’s STC Summit 2012; change, multi-platform mobile devices, and new ways to look at workflows. The first installment covered the topic of change, […]

Responsive UX Design

Posted on: June 21st, 2012

Responsive design seems to be a buzzword on the tip of everyone’s tongue these days. Lately, there has been a lot of emphasis surrounding the concept of creating web content for cross-compatibility. Web developers have begun to eliminate the need to develop multiple sites that display the same content across desktop and mobile devices by […]

Hot Topics From Summit 2012

Posted on: June 8th, 2012

One of the things I like to do when I’m in the booth is ask people what they liked about Summit. I think STC does a good job putting the hot topics in front of its members and then bringing in people with good opinions about those topics. I am always surprised to see what […]

STC Summit 2012 Recap For Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Posted on: June 5th, 2012

I really like walking into the exhibition hall first thing in the morning. It is very quiet in the room, and everyone is focused on making those last-minute changes to their booths, thinking “Ok, how do I position this pen to catch the eye of potential clients walking by?” Most people would think this level […]