RepresentationInDOM

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Page Representation in the DOM

Use case
A reading system may use a browser User Agent to display ebook content. This content would be a series of pages, that the reading system would need to interact with. For instance, this may be used to determine textual content of a page or to adjust styling of such content. This could be done using JavaScript or other technologies for accessing the contents of a web page (not to be confused with a book page). Typically such access is through the DOM, however pages are not DOM elements.
Requirement(s)
  • Provide a mechanism for accessing pages and their contents
  • Provide a mechanism for changing properties of a page (eg margins, background, etc)
Stakeholder(s)
IMPLEMENTERS (and possibly PUBLISHERS-ALL, USERS-ALL)
Ranking
TBD
Relations/dependencies
TBD
Relevant W3C group(s)/specification(s)
TBD
External relevant group(s)/specification(s)
TBD
Comments
Submitted by
Brady Duga
Status
NEW