What to do with Logical Page Numbers in the PDF
Before Tizra Upload
Logical page numbering is a Tizra supported feature but is NOT required. Examples of
Logical Page numbers include Roman numerals for introduction and other front matter,
and then Arabic numbers thereafter (1, 2, 3,…). Basically, Logical Page numbers match
their printed counterpart.
Logical Page numbers are not required because every page of your Tizra published
material can be linked to easily with a standard URL and, in most cases, whatever is
page number is printed on the page is unimportant. So, for example, if you click on this
link -- http://demo.tizra.com/lu47g/13 -- you would proceed to page 13 in the online
content reader, and it would not be important that Roman numeral “iii” is printed on the
But, if having your digital page numbers match their printed counterpart is important, for
example, for teachers assigning reading using multiple pagination schemes ("Read
pages i-x and 1-20”), then having Logical Page numbers associated with each page of
your PDF makes sense.
To make sure that the PDF Logical Page Numbers upload properly into Tizra, follow the
1. IMPORTANT: Let Tizra know that you would like the Logical Page Number
feature turned ON.
Tizra needs to turn the Logical Page Number feature on in order for the logical
page numbers to display correctly.
2. Create logical page numbers in the PDF.
3. Upload the PDF with just a limited number of logical page numbers to a Tizra
Document, publish the Document to Staging.
4. View the document’s Table of Contents page and make sure the logical page
numbers are displaying correctly.
Again, Tizra must TURN ON the feature for the Logical Page numbers to display