We’re going to look at how to use the information and skills I’ve been giving you to make your ebook look the way you want it to.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, February 2017 including Christian Fuenfhausen, James T. Egan, Damonza, and many more.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2017 including Maurizo Marotta, Greg Simanson, Damonza, James T. Egan and many more.
Learn which rules take priority over which — and see some fun examples of ways you can use CSS to make your ebook beautiful.
e-Book Cover Design Awards for December 2016 including Helen Measures, Dustin Stewart, James T. Egan, Kit Foster, and many more
Learn about the most useful properties to use in CSS for ebooks, and the rules that help you define the way a particular chunk of text or an image displays.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, November 2016 including James T. Egan, Dane Low, Damonza, Sig Evensen, Dan Mogford
e-Book Cover Design Awards, October 2016 including Dane Low, Phil Pascuzzo, James Egan, Pete Garceau, and many more
CSS really comes down to is a series of rules that define how a particular element (or kind of element) will look when an ereader displays it.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, September 2016 including