Websites about the macro package developed by Hans Hagen.

ConTeXt was designed with the same general-purpose aims as LaTeX, but reflects much more recent thinking about the structure of markup, etc. In particular, ConTeXt can customise its markup to an author's language.

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ConTeXt - XML
Using ConTeXt to format XML, in particular TeXML. A nice tutorial for learning ConTeXt itself as well.
ConTeXt and pdfTeX Beginners Help Page
Tips and techniques for using ConTeXt, with many font examples.
ConTeXt Hacks
Font-related articles by Adam Lindsay.
ConTeXt User Meeting
Annual meetings for the ConTeXt user groups. Site includes programme and location details as well as a registration form.
ConTeXt Wiki
Includes documentation, tips and tricks, links, release notes, feature requests and FAQ.
DocBook In ConTeXt
How to produce a typeset version of a Docbook XML file.
Etexshow
Browser for ConTeXt commands (texshow) for Emacs.
fiëé TEXnique
The section "for typographers" offers files for supporting the usage of many free fonts: metrics, typescripts and the font files themselves. General ConTeXt documentation and examples (mostly in German) are also available.
NTG ConTeXt Mailing List
Subscribe and browse the mailing list archives.
Pragma ADE
The official website of the company where ConTeXt was developed by Hans Hagen. Support, documentation, and downloads for ConTeXt, PPCHTeX and pdfTeX.
TeX and ConTeXt
Information on converting from LaTeX to ConTeXt and download of context.el - a ConTeXt Emacs major-mode.
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