as published by Jill Vartenegian on her class website.
EPUB RESOURCE MATERIAL
“How to” export your file as an ePub
If you have a Lynda.com account you can view these links:
Anne-Marie Concepcion Indesign to ePub (site)
Chapter 3: Creating a navigation table of contents (TOC) with a TOC style
Using a TOC style in combination with and Indesign book
Chapter 4: Adding a custom TOC as the first page of the ePub file.
Chapter 5. Exporting from Indesign to ePub
”How to” make formatting edits to your code
Lynda.com: Anne-Marie Concepcion Indesign to ePub (site)
Review the following videos:
Chapter 8. Editing ePub files for formatting
(editing CSS, setting space, creating drop caps, side bars and pull quotes, text wrap)
Electric Book Works: The EBW Knowledge Base (site) (last updated 2011: This site has good information on the overview of the process, the order of ebook parts. The overview of production tips and Creating an ePub from Indesign are good BUT – be forewarned – the technical details within the overview are becoming a little dated because they are working in CS4. If you disregard the techical detatils and focus on the overall process, the information is still valid.
While we’re on exporting: Here’s a web version of my design of Jane Eyre (pdf not epub) jane eyre booksample