Samples

Here are samples that use various features of Vivliostyle. When you click a button in each sample, the Vivliostyle Viewer will be launched and will behave according to the meaning of the button. Oval tags represent the features used in each sample.

Typesetting simple and long sentences

  1. “Gon, the Little Fox” (book)

  2. “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” (book)

    • web font
    • page counter
    • table of contents
    • page header

Complex typesetting with “EPUB Adaptive Layout" (EAL)

  1. “JDIR” (magazine)

    In this sample, JDIR JBpress Digital Innovation Review’s articles are used with permission from Japan Business Press Co., Ltd.

  2. “The Vivlio Daily” (newspaper)

    • EAL
    • multi-column
    • table of contents
  3. “Scholarly HTML” (Academic article)

    • EAL
    • multi-column
    • web font
    • Flexbox
  4. “Apollo 8” (magazine)

    • EAL
    • exclusions
    • multi-column

    from Peter Sorotokin’s Adaptive Layout

A illustration stretching across several columns

  1. “Mt. Shirouma” (magazine)

  2. “The Introduction to Cosmology” (Academic article)

A magazine consisting of a table of contents and multiple HTML

  1. “Make Books with Vivliostyle, Vol. 1”

    • table of contents
    • page header
    • footnote
    • Multiple HTML
  2. “Make Books with Vivliostyle, Vol. 2”

    • table of contents
    • page header
    • footnote
    • Multiple HTML
  3. “Make Books with Vivliostyle, Vol. 3”

    • table of contents
    • page header
    • footnote
    • Multiple HTML
  4. “Make Books with Vivliostyle, Vol. 4”

    • table of contents
    • page header
    • footnote
    • Multiple HTML

Others

“The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” (book)

  • web font
  • page counter
  • table of contents
  • page header

“The Malay Archipelago” (magazine)

  • multi-column
  • footnote
  • EAL

“Takasebune” (book)

“Wood Engraving” (book)

“Candle” (book)

  • EAL
  • exclusions
  • multi-column

from Peter Sorotokin’s Adaptive Layout

“Advanced Adaptive Layout” (magazine)

  • EAL
  • exclusions
  • multi-column

from Peter Sorotokin’s Adaptive Layout