A Style is set at publication level and will apply the settings to every issue in a publication. Different styles or publication settings cannot be applied to individual issues.

When you create a new style there are several tabs which can be selected to set various settings. 

  • Publication Size
  • Publication View
  • Toolbar
  • Background Settings
  • Page Turn Settings

Below is a breakdown of Publication View

Manage how the pages of your publication are presented to readers.

  • Available layouts
    Set the layouts available to your readers. If you would prefer to restrict how the publication is presented to readers, set this option to either single or double pages. Select the option that directly corresponds with how your publication has been designed.
  • Computer default layout
    Set how your publication will appear to readers who are using a PC or Mac computer.
  • Tablet default layout
    Set how your publication will appear to readers who are using a tablet, such as an iPad or Galaxy tab. The automatic setting is recommended as the publication will respond to the orientation of the devices, displaying double pages when the device is landscape and single pages when portrait.
  • Mobile default layout
    Set how your publication will appear to readers who are using a smartphone, such as an iPhone, Android or Windows phone. The automatic setting is recommended as the publication will respond to the orientation of the devices, displaying double pages when the device is landscape and single pages when portrait.
  • Show non-flash version
    PageTiger will use flash to display the publication wherever available. If you know that your readers will have issues with displaying flash content, select this option to display an HTML only version. Please note: the HTML only version disables page shadows and the ability to click and drag to turn the page.
  • Zoom magnification
    Allow readers to click an area of the page and zoom in. This setting is helpful if the text in your publication is small and therefore hard to read on some displays.
  • Clickable area style
    Set the animation for interactive clickable areas;- No glow - Does not glow, even when the mouse is hovered over the clickable area.- Glow on hover - Only glows when the mouse is hovered over the clickable area.- Constant glow - Glows all the time but glows stronger once the mouse is hovered over.
  • Clickable area colour
    Set the colour of the glowing effect of interactive areas.
  • Page border width/colour/transparency
    Set the thickness, colour and opacity of the border around each page.
  • Show page shadows
    An effect that creates a shadow down the spine of the document. Deselect this option to disable this effect.

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