A question of terminology
But "EMFs" can also stand for "Electromagnetic Fields". This is not wrong but it can be slightly ambiguous. Some people use "electromagnetic" to mean exactly the same as we mean by EMFs - the collective concept of electric and magnetic fields. But some people use it to mean specifically the situation at higher frequencies where the two fields are coupled together as radiation and have a fixed relationship to each other. And others use it to mean magnetic fields originating from electricity (as opposed to say a bar magnet) - the magnetic fields produced by an electromagnet. We prefer to avoid "electromagnetic" because of this ambiguity and stick to the unambiguous "electric and magnetic".
Just to confuse things further, there are two different types of magnetic fields - the magnetic fields strength H and the magnetic flux density B. Most of the time in EMFs the distinction between these is irrelevant. But we explain this (and much else) in our tutorial on terminology.