Sometimes the best threads are the most organic ones. Over the past few days, various ebook developers who share, um, a frustration for our craft have been posting GIFs to Twitter that describe their work. It is genius. I have…Continue Reading →
Have you poured a long, complex Word file with hyperlinked endnotes into InDesign only to find their interactivity disappeared? Or maybe you managed to salvage the link to the endnotes but now you are wondering why there is no backlink…Continue Reading →
Kindle Create: beautiful Kindle books with Enhanced Typesetting, automatic table of contents and templates. https://t.co/8hlAQoDtiU #eprdctn — Palanidaran C (@palanidaran) April 5, 2017 Via an innocuous tweet yesterday, #eprdctn was introduced to a new MOBI/KF8 creation tool called Kindle Create….Continue Reading →
Hey EPUBSecrets readers. We have news. Laura Brady is going to manage the content here on EPUBSecrets. Laura is an EPUB-er from way back and will bring that long history (of complaining about ebooks) here. From Laura: I am so…Continue Reading →
I worked on a large conversion project recently, creating EPUB files out of almost 200 RTF files. I needed to move them out very quickly so I invested a little time in figure out the most efficient means to a…Continue Reading →
Today, Adobe releases a significant update to InDesign. One of the new features is a fixed-layout EPUB export option. This much anticipated feature is set to have a big impact on this ebook niche market.
Editor’s Note: Ebook, e-book, or eBook? I’m certainly guilty of using the latter. Today’s guest post from Laura Brady looks at the words and acronyms we use (and shouldn’t use). The ePub world is full of confusing lingo that developers flippantly…Continue Reading →