E-books should be cheap - so why is that not always the case?
InDesign CS5 does an excellent job of creating ePub e-book documents, but you might still want to do a little tweaking
E-publishing is a truly international business - something Barnes & Noble seems to have overlooked
Okay, so I caved. I still think the Kindle is a dead-end technology. But I bought one anyway.
The recently updated Pages application now has an ePub export — there's no simpler way to create your e-book.
One of the keys to success with an e-book workflow is getting your paragraph and character styles sorted.
Publishing your book for the iPad is straightforward, if you have all your ducks in a row
The third part of our article of correcting InDesign CS3's ePub files looks at the toc.ncx file and CSS
Correcting errors and adding new entries in the content.opf file to make e-books created with InDesign CS3 more compliant
InDesign allows you to create ePub e-book files direct from your book's page layout. But it has its problems. Here's how to correct them
The ePub file format is just a zip file. But you have to be careful how you construct it
Google has an ideal tablet operating system and a huge investment in e-books. It could give the Apple iPad a run for its money, at least in the publishing world
In Part 1 we covered e-book formats, services and a production workflow. Now let's look at a few issues concerned with actually creating the files.
The e-book is an important format - but how do you go about creating one?
It's been fun dismissing the e-book as a gimmick. Now we must embrace it as the format of the future. For self-publishers, it's time to put the e-book first