This is a major update for me. The ePUB production techniques have changed quite a bit: both for fixed layout and for reflowable ePUBs. Many of the changes I've been waiting for with ePUB production have been implemented. InDesign now stands at the top of the heap for book production in general and ePUB production in particular. You do not need to know code, though understanding how HTML and CSS works will aid your conceptual understanding. I was lukewarm about FXL until I realized that the new fixed layout ePUBs would show gradient paragraph rules, gradient strokes and fills in tables, and much more. The only major things we're missing are justification and hyperlinked test does not work in FXL. The exported ePUBs upload flawlessly to the iBooks Store and Kobo Writing Life. Finally, the 21st century book publishing software we need is within our grasp. There's still more to come, but this version is very good.Again, often I find I need to rewrite copy in my books to deal with the reality of the ePUB reading experience. Do not ... with InDesign CC is that they can now embed fonts: These ePUBs are accepted by the iBooks Store aamp; Kindle Previewer. To do that ... Lulu, Nook Press, Kobo Writing Life, Draft2Digital, and Smash- words still reject the ePUBs which use them. ... For the Fire and Fire HD, we can embed fonts but you must make sure that you are using fonts with the proper licensing.
|Title||:||Writing In InDesign CC 2014 Producing Books|
|Publisher||:||David Bergsland - 2014-06-18|