Why are some iXBRL reports very slow, while others with similar levels of design open almost instantaneously? The answer largely lies not in the iXBRL itself, but the HTML – and our latest post suggests solutions for lightning-fast HTML with no compromise on visuals.
We now have well over 2,000 filings available at filings.xbrl.org, our index of Inline XBRL (iXBRL) reports made under the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) programme. The filings.xbrl.org site makes all filings available in an iXBRL viewer, which allows you to use the XBRL tags to navigate the document and even to understand disclosures made […]
Inline XBRL allows report issuers to combine the advantages of digital tagging with a high level of visual design, but these design elements have also caused performance issues in early ESEF reports. Some simple initial solutions are now available.
The European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) initiative has shown that Inline XBRL (or iXBRL) can very successfully replicate the high level of design that is typical of public company financial reports, including graphics, custom fonts and precise control of page layout. Unfortunately, many such early filings exhibit poor performance in the form of slow opening […]
Do you need a place to start on Inline XBRL, or iXBRL – or do you know someone who does? Toppan Merrill has put together an overview post addressing key questions on what the Inline XBRL format is all about.
Public information can and should be digitised to facilitate access, analysis and comparison, and we can use existing tools to make it happen.
This is a guest post by Antoine Bourdais and Clément Duhamel of Invoke. It is based on their fantastic live demonstration at Data Amplified Virtual on 16 April 2021, showing how we can use current technology, facilitated by recent regulatory advances, to collect and analyse public Pillar III information disclosed by the European financial industry, […]
XBRL International has responded to the consultation by the UK’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) on a significant overhaul of the powers and role of Companies House, that country’s national business registrar.
Ukraine is gearing up for XBRL-based financial reporting for the first time in 2021. With a new, tailored taxonomy and data collection system in place, the country is looking forward to improved reporting and structured financial data in a single electronic format that will be comparable and compatible with EU and international standards.
Many of us have been carefully watching the progress of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) mandate. ESEF, underpinned by Inline XBRL, has seen the market rapidly develop new, innovative and competitive tools for compliance to meet the needs of companies that seek to mix “Data+Design”.